For many years, the Whole Earth Telescope has used the QED software package, created by R. E. Nather, to reduce the data gathered from the WET standard, PMT based photometers. While essential for reducing this data, QED alone is not a sufficient package for reducing CCD photometry data, which is becoming a larger fraction of WET data. In addition, QED requires DOS, while many astronomers, and WET HQ, do everything in a different environment (usually Unix based). A new version of the data reduction software will allow the WET to continue to operate with future CCD photometers and systems, and to reduce archival photometry data with new computer systems. Here a software package is described which will satisfy these new needs.