NAB – first Australian bank on board

We’re pleased to announce today NAB is the first Australian-based bank to provide daily automated bank feeds directly into Xero.  Our customers tell us that bank feeds are one of the most fantastic features of Xero, making their accounting system come alive and saving significant time.

NAB will be providing this integral and innovative service in December for NAB customers using Xero.

As soon as the feeds are live, we will let you know how to add your NAB account to this convenient service.

Achieving the link between banks and Xero is not a trivial task and it has taken many months to get to this point. Thank you to the many staff at NAB who have worked with us to make things easier for small business owners in Australia.

To get yourself more familiar with this functionality, read more here in our Help Centre.

You can view our Market Release here.

4 Comments

Peter L
November 25, 2008 at 12:52 pm

Fantastic news! Although I am going to have to go through the hassle of changing banks, the time I am going to save in the long run is going to be monumental!

Ben Kepes
November 25, 2008 at 12:57 pm

Well done guys! *breathe a sigh of relief now*

Paul Pettengill
November 25, 2008 at 2:28 pm

This looks great. When are you likely to start getting US banks signed up? When can I expect to see Xero to support my US business?

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