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Xero-TSheets partnership another step to global success
Xero's success keeps growing, as the company reports a global partnership with TSheets, a specialist time tracking and software scheduling company.
Reckon forms tactical partnership with PayPal
Reckon has teamed up with digital payments company PayPal to unlock payment options for SMEs.
Reckon ups accounting ante with strategic match up
"We’re confident that OFX will help Reckon customers become more informed and reduce their costs."
MYOB: It's out with paper, in with online GST services for Kiwi SMEs
According to MYOB, this is the first e-GST service for New Zealanders, and is the result of working with the IRD for several months.
Four tips to help you keep up with your business growth
Business is booming, but you’re drowning. Somewhere, beneath a mountain of paperwork and a virtual avalanche of Excel spreadsheets.
"Automate your invoicing to ease financial burden, says Concur
“It costs money every time an invoice is processed," explains Matthew Goss.
MYOB kicks of INCITE, debuts new product line
"The adoption of online and mobile technology is having big impacts on the accounting profession."
New managing director at Xero Australia
“Chris has helped establish Xero as the largest cloud accounting software in the Australian market."
How much time can automation save your auditing processes?
"Companies might be spending more than they need to," says Matt Goss.
SMBs to pay more for Xero
Xero says the company has reached a point where its prices no longer reflect the strength of the platform and how much the company has transformed.
Xero launches on Apple Watch
"Xero for Apple Watch will provide even more freedom to businesses embracing mobility.”
New features on Xero to help SMB cash flow
"Having a solid plan in place to manage cash flow is essential to ensuring that fledgling businesses survive and even thrive.”
Xero teams up with Meridian Energy
Accounting software firm Xero entered into a partnership agreement with Meridian Energy to help Kiwi businesses manage their electricity finances.
Xero: Tracked Inventory working a treat for SMBs
“Unsold stock means money is sitting on your shelves gathering dust."
New features and global strategy for Xero
Xero previewed a raft of new features designed to make life easier for small businesses at the Xerocon accounting technology conference.
Will Reckon's cloud solution kill Xero?
“We don’t want to put you in box. No business is the same. We are offering you solutions so you have choice to enhance your business journey."
Xero says hello to iPad
Accountancy software provider Xero has announced that the Xero platform is now available on the Apple iPad
Thinking of moving to Xero? Read our review
After testing Xero out, I've come to realise that there’s always an exception to the rule, and Xero definitely fits the bill (or should I say invoice)
Xero targets overseas market with US-based Douglas Jeffries named as CFO
Xero says the expansion of its leadership team reflects the company’s strong growth in all markets.
Xero offers quote feature to help SMB growth
“Quotes is another step in our journey to establish Xero as the complete platform for small businesses growth.”
Kiwi start up Xero makes waves in US market
New Zealand-based software start up Xero has today announced customers in the US have full access to the Xero payroll platform in three states.
Tackling debt key for 2015
Small business owners need to ensure their debt is working for, not against, them, according to Xero.
Xero cloud platform surpasses 400,000 customers
The small business cloud market is still in its infancy; of the addressable market of hundreds of millions of small businesses, only a small percentag
New Xero platform offers customised learning to small businesses
Xero U gets accounting professionals and small businesses up and running on Xero accounting software with"right-for-you" educational content