Mapping accountants

We’ve been delighted with how our Advisory directory has been working. We know we’re driving new customers to our Xero accounting partners.

Audrey from Pinnacle Book-keeping in the Isle of Man writes:

Just to let you know we are really pleased with our listing on the Accounting Partners page, the link to our website worked without any problems right from the outset. Initially I was concerned that clients may find Xero so user friendly they may be tempted to bypass us, but I can see now that our partnership with Xero is going to be very beneficial, with two new clients coming via this route in the past week!

Thank you for your help and support that always ensures we get the best from the Xero package – we’re big fans of Xero and so are our clients.

Thanks Audrey!  Our team is thrilled to have a great partner in the Isle of Man.

You can find Pinnacle Book-keeping here.  I know this because today we’ve added maps to our Advisor directory. Watch the video to see how it works.

Our vision is to be more than a technology partner to our accountants. We want to be a business partner.  We love bringing new business to our partners.


Kelvin Hartnall
July 23, 2009 at 5:10 pm

Excellent feature. We’re still looking for a chartered accountant in Auckland and want to find a Xero Gold Partner in Auckland City. Browsing the map, there are no Gold Partners between Pukekohe in the South and Silverdale in the North. The first who does gets our business!

July 23, 2009 at 10:19 pm

I was looking for a Xero Accountant directory a few weeks back – We need to change our accountant to be Xero-aware… our current one is a little behind the times. This directory is a good idea – thanks!

Darryl Collins
July 24, 2009 at 2:06 am

Can you make this searchable by region/city – I’m based in Belfast and would like to find an accountant near me for convenience (still a place for face-to-face!) Thanks.

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