Windward

Windward

Windward provides reporting and document generation tools that use Microsoft Office as the base design layer. That way, the familiar layouts within MS Office can be used to create custom reports and documents. It serves the financial, government, education, insurance and technology industries.

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United States
Year Founded
2014
Employees
50
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