Microsoft FRx was a program for small to medium organizations’ financial analytics. The program was designed to be user-friendly so that even users with minimal-to-zero experience in IT could use it to build digital reports of their organizational accounts. The benefits of such data organizing and reporting are wide and varied, but at its simplest, being able to do this efficiently can lead to more accurate analyses of organizational performance and profitability.
The FRx software allowed users to import data directly from already filled-out data ledgers, sparing them the pain of having to enter it again. Reporting tools included auto-guides and ready templates so that users could churn out reports almost as soon as they started up the software and on the first day of using it. Exporting data can be done in myriad ways too, with the program allowing the user to put out reports in any number of file formats, from XLS/XLSX to XBRL or even OLAP.
FRx was developed by the FRx Software Corporation before Microsoft purchased it. FRx is no longer being developed by Microsoft, however, since the purposes it used to serve are now being covered by another Microsoft program.
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