Microsoft FRx

  • Discontinued

Microsoft FRx was discontinued in 2014. It was a report writer software often used with Microsoft Dynamics products.

Product Overview

Microsoft FRx was a specialized financial reporting tool that helped organizations streamline their financial close process and improve decision-making through enhanced reporting capabilities. The software was known for its ability to integrate with over 50 financial accounting systems and to pull financial information directly from the General Ledger, ensuring up-to-date and accurate financial reporting. FRx’s user-friendly design included wizards and customizable templates which made it accessible to users with varying levels of financial knowledge.

FRx is no longer supported by Microsoft and is compatible only with older Windows versions, which could pose significant risks and limitations for continued use. The recommended replacement is Microsoft Management Reporter.


  • Minimal IT assistance was required
  • Offered user-friendly reporting
  • Had built-in accounting intelligence


  • Retired in favor of Microsoft Management Reporter
  • Only supported by older Microsoft platforms (like Windows 7 or earlier)

Target Market

Organizations using older Microsoft platforms (like Windows 7 or earlier) and those with financial reporting needs limited to the General Ledger. It was particularly ideal for businesses seeking straightforward, user-friendly financial reporting tools without complex data analytics or extensive IT support.

As of January 1st, 2011, Microsoft FRx has been retired in favor of Microsoft Management Reporter.


  • FRx Report Designer
  • FRx Report Launcher
  • FRx DrillDown Viewer
  • Importing and exporting data
  • Flexibility Trio
  • Row Format
  • Column Layout
  • Reporting Trees

Edition/Add-on Features:

  • FRx Report Server
  • FRx WebView and FRx WebPort
  • FRx instant!OLAP
  • Complex Currency Translation

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