We started Xero to change the game for small business. Xero is now one of the fastest growing Software as a Service companies globally. We lead the New Zealand, Australian, and United Kingdom cloud accounting markets, employing a world-class team of more than 1,200 people in 20 offices worldwide. Our beautiful cloud-based accounting software connects people with the right numbers anytime, anywhere, on any device.
Cash flow management can make or break a business: Xero introduces Billable Expenses and Invoice Reminders
With the holiday shopping season almost here, Xero and Shopify have partnered to alleviate stress for online retailers
Accounting for your Meridian bill takes Xero energy
Xero new Advisor Directory expertly matches small businesses with Xero Certified Advisors
OzForex forges new strategic partnership with Xero to make international payments easier
Xero opens doors between small businesses and worldclass financial services
Xero continues to deliver rapid pace of innovation with new features that make it simple and easy to handle taxes
Xero partners with global leaders including Adobe and Dropbox to offer best-in-class small business cloud tools
Xero achieves 400,000 subscribers across Australia and New Zealand
Xero announces organisational change
Xero users who love Android get beautiful, redesigned app
Five golden rules for budding entrepreneurs
Gary Turner. 24 August 2015
The face of business in the UK is constantly changing and we are seeing more and more people starting their own businesses - more than 580,000 in 2014 - so it’s important to make sure entrepreneurs and small businesses know the resources and technologies available to help get their venture up and running.
Xero looks to next stage in cloud offering
Supratim Adhikari, 18 August 2015
With the battle for the hearts and minds of accountants and bookkeepers raging in earnest, the company that fired the first shot of the war is looking to life beyond accountancy in the cloud.
Apple Pushes iPads for Business With Different Partners, Similar Aims
Shira Ovide and Daisuke Wakabayashi. 13 August 2015
Apple a year ago struck a surprising partnership with International Business Machines to create customized workplace apps to make iPads more useful for businesses. The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday on Apple’s effort to build a coalition of business-tech companies to pursue similar aims.
Xero to bridge the gap between small businesses and banks
Aimee Chanthadavong. 13 August 2015
Xero has announced the next focus for the business is to use the data it captures on its platform to help businesses secure bank loans.
Making a holiday work when running a small business
7 August 2015
How do you juggle owning a business with taking a break? Small business owners share their tips.
Xero: Getting businesses mobile – and into big data
23 June 2015
Xero, which is a provider of cloud-based accounting software, has a pretty big challenge – that is, to take on the mighty Intuit. But so far, the company is doing quite well with its fight.
Kiwi startup Xero went public without any sales – here's how it grew to be worth $2.5 billion
Eugene Kim, 1 April 2015
Rod Drury first came up with the idea of Xero, a cloud-based accounting program, in 2006, in his home country of New Zealand. His goal was to make accounting easy for small and medium-sized businesses around the world.
Innovative technology use puts Xero in front
Tao Lin, 19 June 2015
Innovative use of technology and business growth go hand in hand when it comes to the Deloitte Fast 50 and one of the best Kiwi exemplars is Xero.
Xero puts returns into the cloud for tax agents
Daniel James Wednesday 17 June 2015
Just as Xero's accounting software allows users to work on their accounts from practically any modern computer, tablet or smartphone, the new Xero Tax product provides tax agents with similar flexibility to work on their clients' returns.
How Xero has permanently revolutionised the accounting market
29 June 2015
Gary Turner is the UK Managing Director of Xero, the cloud accounting platform that has permanently revolutionised small business accounting. Xero processed a whopping $199bn worth of transactions in 2014, and now has over 500,000 subscribers worldwide.
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