With Long List of New Benefits, Microsoft Set to Launch Management Reporter 2012

Microsoft is set to release Management Reporter 2012, the latest version of its financial reporting and analysis solution for Microsoft Dynamics ERP, and with Convergence 2012 just around the corner, financial reporting experts are eagerly awaiting  the chance to learn about the latest capabilities.

Management Reporter replaces Microsoft FRx and has been adding new features aimed at improving functionality and performance beyond its predecessor. It's launch date is in the March 2012-April 2012 timeframe.  The Microsoft Dynamics Corporate Performance Management blog has been busy highlighting individual features of the new release for about two months.

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What about Row Linking? With FRx, you could create a summary report that pulled amounts from a detail report, so only the Row Format of the detail report had to be updated for new accounts. With MR, both the detail and the summary Row Definitions have to be maintained. Bring back Row Linking!