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Microsoft FRx Training

We approach Microsoft FRx training in a way consistent with our general training approach: fast knowledge transfer to you the user or manager, and accelerated results, so you can quickly start producing reports of value.

Our experience with FRx dates back over sixteen years, while our relationship with Microsoft Dynamics ERP systems like GP (Great Plains) and AX (Axapta)—and their predecessors—began in 1992.

Many companies who have asked us for Microsoft FRx training had not been able to produce any reports of value until then. We can quickly guide you to producing useful balance sheets and profit and loss statements.

A first report would include: adding rows from the chart of accounts, and using a column definition from an existing demonstration report. Once a user has created their first report, they can apply those skills to other reports.

Quick tips for using Microsoft FRX:

An FRx report consists of at least two elements (Building Blocks):

  • A Row Definition, containing the list of accounts, account descriptions, headings, sub-totals and totals
  • A Column Definition, which specifies the contents of each column in the report, like Current Month or Year-to-Date, or Previous Year or Budget, or calculations or comparisons between these columns
  • A Tree Definition (optional)—to assist with reporting based on multiple locations, divisions, or consolidation of multiple companies within a corporate group

The Microsoft FRx Sample reports guide is a great source of ideas for designing your own reports. The guide is available in our downloads area.

FRx reports can drill-down from a summary or account-level view—to a detailed, transaction- or subsidiary-account view. Drill-downs are especially useful for investigating variances and for presenting and explaining financial results.

For Microsoft FRx training, call us on 1800 640 290 or email