FRx Software Launches Online Training Program

DENVER, Nov. 25, 2002 — FRx Software Corp., a Microsoft® Business Solutions company, today announced FRx®
Training Online, a convenient new training option for customers worldwide.

FRx Training Online is a series of prerecorded product usage and installation tutorials that can be viewed as often as needed during a user’s subscription period. The online tutorial service, which covers training topics related to the operation of FRx® Financial Reporter and FRx®
Forecaster, makes product training available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, from office or home computers, at users’ convenience.

“We want customers to get the most out of our software, and a choice of training programs is an important part of the support we provide,”
said Craig Anderson, global education manager at FRx Software.
“FRx Training Online rounds out the selection by giving users a tool for getting answers to questions any time, any place.”

Variety of Training Options

In addition to FRx Training Online, FRx Software continues to offer complete solutions for online and traditional classroom training. FRx®
WebClass — Live! couples in-office or in-home computer training with the live interaction and instructor support found in traditional classrooms. With FRx WebClass — Live!, participants use two computers and a hands-free telephone to watch an online training session and complete exercises while interacting with other students and the instructor using a toll-free phone connection. In addition, users who attend FRx WebClass — Live! and traditional courses receive continuing professional education credits through the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy.

FRx Software still offers customized training for an entire department or just one employee. FRx Software offers FRx®
Classroom Training, which is taught by FRx Software resellers or by FRx Software Consultants at FRx Software-sponsored locations across North America. With the addition of FRx Training Online, users can select from a complete suite of training options or couple programs by using the new Internet-based tutorials to supplement classroom training.

Customers can sign up for FRx Software training programs on the company’s Web site, .

About FRx Software

FRx Software Corp., a Microsoft Business Solutions company, is the leading provider of advanced financial analytic applications to midmarket and emerging enterprise organizations seeking to bring more control to their financial analysis and reporting processes. Its flagship product, FRx Financial Reporter, is used by more than 100,000 sites worldwide to bring control to the financial reporting process. FRx Financial Reporter also is considered the financial reporting standard for midmarket companies and emerging enterprises, with interfaces to more than 50 industry-leading financial accounting systems. FRx Forecaster is a browser-based budgeting and planning application that makes it easy for organizations to immediately realize the benefits of budgeting. Enterprise Reporting, the third application rounding out FRx Software’s comprehensive product suite, gives companies the flexibility to create the most efficient solution for complex, distributed reporting requirements. With Enterprise Reporting, companies can easily automate procedures unique to their business environment to give them complete control over consolidations, statutory reporting, budgeting and analysis.

Additional information about FRx Software can be obtained by calling (800) 379-8733 or by visiting the company Web site at

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