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What I do: In addition to making the installation programs for Jet Reports software available for download, I also oversee the content presented on the online Jet Reports Help Center and Community forums! I am that friendly voice you hear in the knowledgebase and tutorial videos. I’m responsible for creating, composing, editing, posting, and updating the resources that help our valued customers use Jet Reports for the fastest, easiest, and most accurate reporting experience possible.
Length of Time at Jet: 8 years
Fun Fact: I have been involved in Scouting for the past 11 years with both my sons who are Life Scouts working on their Eagle.
Favorite Jet Function: The NL(Rows) function. It can be used create a list of just about any information I want (names, dates, numbers, etc.). There are very few reports that I create that do not involve the NL(Rows) function.