Microsoft Releases Management Reporter 2012 for Dynamics ERP Financial Reporting


In a blog post this past weekend, Microsoft Corp. announced the release of Management Reporter 2012 for Microsoft Dynamics ERP, its next generation financial reporting tool.

Many Dynamics partners who have already seen Management Reporter 2012 are looking forward to it, although it is not without its cautions.


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MR 2012 Documentation

The lack of real documentation is a definitely a draw back, and devalues what promises to be a good product.

MR 2012

Installation and upgrade went OK. Set up of companies much quicker. No IIS. Haven't got the drill back to GP to work yet. Agree poor documentation.


It would really be nice if it linked in to Forecaster instead of having to try and import the Forecaster data into the budget tables in GP.