Year end – no problem

We’ve always been pretty passionate about helping our partners learn the skills to get the utmost out of Xero. But it’s even better to see them taking the bull by the horns and providing training in aspects of Xero they’ve become experts in. It really shows the ecosystem is working.

This week Gold Partner Openside, began a series of courses through TEO Training for accountants who are Xero certified. These are being run around New Zealand and focus on being able to produce the best and fastest possible set of year end accounts in Xero. Openside director and course presenter Debbie Haddon:

“We love Xero and we wanted to provide an advanced course on Year End reporting to help other accountants take advantage of the efficiencies the technology provides.  We wanted to share the experiences we have encountered and provide best practice guidelines so other accountants can use Xero to its full potential.”

Preparing year end financials efficiently is a big part of running a successful, profitable practice. For partners in other countries or if you can’t make the course above, Xero provides certification and other events that will help you get the most out of Xero. For a list of what’s happening in your area and on the web have a look here.

You can find out more about the Year End Accountants course and register here.

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