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Z Energy teams up with Xero to save time

15 Oct 2014

Xero and fuel giants Z Energy have today announced that Z Card customers can now sign up to have a copy of their invoice data transferred automatically to Xero, saving thousands of small businesses time manually entering transactions.

The first fuel retailer to be provide this service, a Z Card bill will show up in Xero ready to be coded and approved without having to manually enter data.

Xero’s NZ Managing Director Victoria Crone says having an innovative Kiwi company like Z integrating invoicing seamlessly into the Xero global financial platform for small business was a huge milestone.

Crone says both Xero and Z recognise the importance of small businesses and love finding ways to make it easier for them to be productive.

“Xero is connecting big business to small business and through our open API we are creating new opportunities and saving Kiwi small businesses their most valuable asset - time".

Z Energy says that by partnering with Xero, they are able to help their customers spend more time focusing on more important things.

Commercial General Manager for Z Energy, Lindis Jones, says “we think customers will appreciate saving time on doing administration each month, and the Z Card invoice feed into Xero won’t cost a cent".

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