Get more out of Xero

Donna Wylie, ex Xero but now a Xero guru or Xuru, has set up Xero user groups for both Wellington and Auckland.

The Xero user group is a fantastic way to understand more about Xero and to gain some insider tips and hints. This is intended for anybody using Xero whether you are a customer, accountant or any other sort of business advisor. Donna covers Xero from both the accountant and the end-user side.

You will learm:

  • How other people are using Xero in their business
  • Get some tips from the gurus on Xero – the Xurus
  • Hear from the Xero Product Manager on future releases
  • Meet the people behind Xero and Xuru

Please register here on the Xuru site and watch out for more Xuru user group events for April.

3 Comments

Accountant Christchurch
August 18, 2009 at 10:55 pm

User groups are a great idea would love to see one here in Christchurch too. There’s plenty of enthusiasm for Xero and what you’re doing here in the mainland. Providing a forum for accountants and users to get maximum benefit from Xero is great.

Keep up the great work.

David Kime
August 19, 2009 at 12:10 am

We would like one here in the UK too. I agree they are a great place for exchanging ideas

Adrian Pearson
August 19, 2009 at 8:19 am

How about an online user group aka social network? I have just created one at http://www.xerousers.com. I welcome all of the growing xero community to join up and make their voices heard.

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