We need you!

One feature we’re really looking forward to releasing is batch payments. Being able to pay a selection of supplier invoices in Xero with a few clicks and then export the batch file into your online banking software. Brilliant! No more re-keying data, no errors – time saving all round.

27-11-2009 2-20-34 p.m.

But we need your help. We’re looking for people in New Zealand, Australia and the UK who can help us validate the files we’re generating. So if  you use commercial internet banking software eg: National Bank’s DirectLink and would like to be a part of the continuing enhancements in Xero, we would love to hear from you. Send us an email at network@xero.com

We are looking for people to test the following banks:

New Zealand

  • ANZ
  • ASB
  • BNZ
  • National Bank
  • KiwiBank
  • Westpac

Australia

  • CBA
  • NAB
  • ANZ
  • Westpac

UK

  • Any bank that allows payments through BACS

One Comment

Mark Blundell
December 1, 2009 at 4:34 pm

Thanks to all those who have volunteered! Great to see the enthusiasm for this feature.

We have all banks well covered except Westpac in New Zealand – anyone banking with Westpac?

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