Putting the name to a face

At Xero we love the ease and immediacy of talking to our New Zealand Partners online, but it’s been nice to put a face to the name. For this happen we’ve been hosting Partner evenings in the main centres. Over  a drink and something to eat, Partners have the chance to meet the team, learn some Xero tips and tricks, ask that burning question and network! There’s also an update on software developments and how Xero integrates with other providers.

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The turnout has been really encouraging. We got off to a great start in Auckland and in Wellington more than 100 people were treated to a sneak preview of multi-currency and a rundown of how the Enablement Team works. Last night in Christchurch Partners enjoyed an update from Stuart about how Xero fits in the accounting practice software toolbox.

Xero will be hosting Partner evenings every few months. If you have any feedback on these events or ideas about what you’d like covered next time, we’d love to hear from you. To find out more email the partner team.

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Weekend musing: sponsor success | AccMan
June 28, 2009 at 8:25 am

[…] told it will be an accounting vendor rock star. Excitement indeed. There’s more. Recently Xero held its first partner day in Auckland. 100 people attended. I’m looking forward to the day when Xero can replicate that in the […]

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