Microsoft FRx

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Microsoft FRx is a software product used for financial reporting and analysis for small to mid-sized organizations. It is licensed as part of the Microsoft Dynamics ERP systems. Microsoft FRx is integrated to the following Microsoft Dynamics Business Management Products: (Microsoft Dynamics AX, Microsoft Dynamics GP, Microsoft Dynamics NAV and Microsoft Dynamics SL).

History[edit]

Microsoft FRx was created by the FRx Software Corporation in Denver, Colorado. The first FRx product was a DOS-based application that originally shipped around 1991 and integrated with The Platinum Series for MS-DOS, an accounting suite created by Advanced Business Microsystems (now Epicor) and marketed in a joint venture with IBM. A Windows-based version of FRx was available in 1993. FRx Software was acquired by Great Plains Software, which itself was purchased by Microsoft, where it was run as a wholly owned subsidiary. FRx was integrated with numerous general ledger systems.

Product Direction[edit]

Microsoft FRx is currently in a sustained engineering phase. Service Packs are available on the Microsoft Download Center. No new releases of Microsoft FRx are planned.

Competition[edit]

Competitors of FRx are:[1]

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