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As Kees is alluding to
As Kees is alluding to, there is no one ebook format, so that's problem #1 with what you want to do. You could create a report in the ePub format, and then use a program like Calibre to convert to MOBI, then you'd probably end up capturing about 99% of the world's ebook readers being able to read one or the other format. There's also PDF, which isn't an ebook format, strictly speaking, can be opened on most tablets and smartphones... With the right software.
There any particular reason you can't just distribute the report as a link to a website? That would be far more universal. Tablet, smartphone, laptop, desktop, they all have web browsers, and as long as you don't try getting too carried away with all the pointless gimmicks (the Cnet site here can be considered a good example) that really serve no useful function beyond trying to show off, it should work pretty well on anything from your average smartphone to a full fledged desktop. And technically, when you get down to it, all ebook formats are really just HTML files. The different formats just specify a different subset of HTML features that are supported.
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