Software Satisfaction Awards

We have entered this year’s Software Satisfaction Awards survey where users rate their software on things like ease of use and reliability, as well as overall satisfaction and likelihood to recommend to others.

Voting to make the shortlist runs until the middle of July and only takes a few moments to complete. So, if you are a Xero user and feel so inclined, click here. Thanks.


Stephen Nicholas
June 18, 2010 at 1:02 pm

Great and ever evolving software

Doug Edwards
June 18, 2010 at 1:18 pm

Great software & very convenient, Brilliant Help desk .
Fantastic that GST changes can be accommodated.

Benedict Appleby
June 18, 2010 at 11:11 pm

I just can’t vote for you guys…. yet. I need that P & L statement on a cash basis. Everybody in our network groups runs their business on a cash basis and won;t come to Xero as a result. Any plans? And still wanting a Sugar CRM connection to be made. Now with Sugar 6, this has got to be a compelling proposition, yes?

Matt Barnett
June 21, 2010 at 4:39 pm

Hi Benedict, thanks for the comment.

Have you tried running the Cash Summary Report? It should give you the information you’re looking for regarding a P&L on cash basis.

We’re always looking to improve our feature set so it’d be great if you could have your say on our API UserVoice Forum.



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