Microsoft showcases Xero

It’s a thrill to see the result of Microsoft and Xero’s combined hard work with our case study, which was published this week.

Microsoft produced the case study to demonstrate how leading companies are using Microsoft technologies to create business success. It’s a comprehensive look at the technologies we are employing here at Xero.

One of Microsoft’s big focuses is on software as a service – at Xero we’re aiming to become a global shining light for this new model.

We see the case study as further validation of our technical thought leadership which we hope will be valuable as we enter overseas markets.

The case study follows Xero and Microsoft’s April news, when we were awarded Microsoft Gold Certified Partner status as an Independent Software Vendor (ISV) and for Mobility.

You can find out more from Microsoft’s Small Business Centre:

http://www.microsoft.com/nz/smallbusiness/default.mspx

And you can download the case study here:

http://www.microsoft.com/nz/casestudies/directory/xero.mspx

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