Microsoft adds new Excel export tools to Management Reporter 2012 CU 10

Microsoft has rolled out Management Reporter 2012 CU10, which includes upgrades to some of the most voted on suggestions in MSConnect, including export to Excel enhancements, suppressing account category details on reports, and additional flexibility around company configuration for Dynamics GP.

The release will also be the last one to support Dynamics NAV and the beginning of the end for the legacy integration for Dynamics SL in favor of the newer datamart approach.

Management Reporter is used for financial reporting using general ledger data from Microsoft Dynamics ERP apps. Here's a summary of the new Management Reporter CU10 features:


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NAV and Management Reporter

NAV has a JET Reports link to Excel embedded in the application and, as you pointed out, it has Account Schedules as a function. Jet does a great job and many of our customers use the Account schedules to their advantage.

I wasn't aware of it as a product or that it supported NAV, so I am sure that most partners were also unaware of its existence.

So, as you say no real reason to support NAV and it saves them money in development.

Ron Ketterling
Business Automation Specialists of MN, Inc.