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1. Microsoft has stated that users cannot buy FRx additional licenses. This is an indication that FRx is history. Many clients must be thinking “it must be better”- and it is.
2. Management Reporter allows for “undo” when you make a mistake editing a row, column, or tree. FRx did not allow for correcting errors as easily.
3. MR facilitates organizing rows, columns, and trees into folders so that regularly run reports can be grouped together vs. inactive reports, balance sheet formats together, or groups by individual or department. Users like not having to sort through a long list of inactive reports where only the person setting up the catalog names knows which reports to run and which to ignore.
4. MR uses SQL Server for its data. This eliminates the possibility of having the IT group ignore the Access database that FRx stores its report building blocks.
5. MR is much easier to support since it is much more current technology. The software feels and looks like an up-to-date .net based program rather than a dated Access-based program and user interface.
6. MR publishes reports to SharePoint in a seamless manner and with less effort once MR is configured.
7. The dimension reporting flexibility is appealing to users. No longer do you need to make sure the whole account string is accounted for. Instead you have more flexibility with the dimensions from the chart of accounts. See picture below.
8. As you can see above in comparing the two tools MR allows you to use intuitive Windows toolbars that contain the familiar icons from Microsoft applications.
9. Save time and eliminate confusion by evaluating which building blocks are associated with each report definition.
10. Maintain and secure Row, Column, Tree, and Report definitions into folders by type, function, category, or user.
11. Generate, view, and secure reports in a centralized storage facility organized with folders.
12. Tailor your workspace with the ability to hide columns in the Row, Column, and Tree definitions.
13. Group daily, weekly, monthly, or quarterly reports to generate consecutively.
14. View the status of a queued report and the generation history of reports.
15. Insert graphics such as your firm logo.
16. Stress key numbers such as having negative numbers turn red.
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