Pathway to Success Professional Services Series #11 with F9

Join us Tuesday, July 9, 2019 from 2:00 PM to 2:30 PM EDT for our Pathway to Success Professional Services Series #11 with F9. Our webinar will focus on “Why You Should Consider Implementing Infor® F9 for Your Financial Reporting.”

If you are an SX.e or CSD user, you have likely experienced frustration with the limitations of the financial statement writer standard to the system. Columns and fields are limited, changes are time-consuming and the end result –well, let’s just say they’re not cosmetically ready for management.

If you know Excel, you’ll love Infor® F9, a robust and next-generation financial tool that streamlines reporting by linking Microsoft® Excel with an organization’s GL. Infor® F9, Report Writer dynamically links your general ledger data to Microsoft Excel, and rapidly presents a real-time view of business information with just the push of a button. F9 is also integrated to more than 150 software packages, allowing users to report against one or multiple systems, handy for those who operate on more than one platform.

Infor® F9 includes:

  • Flexible cell-based reporting
  • Consolidations
  • Drill-down
  • Viewer
  • Budgeting
  • Multi-currency
  • Report analysis
  • Pivot table reports
  • Dashboards
  • Report scheduling
  • Interactive, drag-and-drop interface
  • Report distribution

In addition to the above core functionality, there have been recent upgrades which have made the tool even more robust. Infor® F9 is easy to learn and inexpensive to implement, you’ll wonder why you waited so long to make the move to F9.

As an Infor Alliance Partner, our professional services team is well versed in F9. We can install, configure and train your team. Want the benefits of F9 but too busy to construct financial statements? We can do that too, and circle back around to the ‘how to’ when you are ready. Don’t hesitate to contact me at with any questions and next steps.


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