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Xero-TSheets partnership another step to global success

14 Jul 16

Xero's global success keeps growing, as the company reports a global partnership with TSheets, a specialist time tracking and software scheduling company. The TSheets integration will seek to improve payroll, invoicing and billing services, saving businesses time and money and adding to Xero's 'beautifully simple accounting' software.

“Small businesses are the heart of the global economy. We want small businesses to thrive through the use of better tools, information, and connections - but we can’t do it alone. Partnering with TSheets means partnering with a like-minded innovative company determined to transform the business world and provide infinite value to business owners, accountants, and bookkeepers," says Xero NZ managing director, Anna Curzon.

The software will eliminate the need for paper time cards and payroll spreadsheets as employee hours will be tracked in real time. Employee timesheets will be available for payroll functions on-demand.

“Xero has been one of our most requested integrations by accountants and bookkeepers, and we listened, The more we looked at Xero’s product, the more it was easy to see why the demand is high. Xero is innovative, driven, and dedicated to the success of small businesses and their partners. These powerful ingredients align perfectly with TSheets and drove our willingness to dedicate significant engineering resources to build a world-class integration between our two products,” says Matt Rissell, co-founder and CEO of TSheets.

Xero's Kiwi roots have grown to serve 700,000 clients in more than 180 countries. It also has more than 500 third-party integrations.

TSheets works with customers in more than 100 countries. The company has tracked more than $9 billion in payroll through employee time and has gained more than 1700 five-star reviews. 

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