Why change?

Twitter is a great feedback loop these days but there’s only so much that can be conveyed within the confines of 140 characters. So I jumped at the chance earlier this month when I was invited to bring together a panel of users and accountants to be interviewed in London by accounting software analyst, Dennis Howlett.

We arranged for a panel of six Xero users (three business users and three accountants) to meet up with Dennis at the headquarters of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales where the group spent more than sixty minutes discussing their experiences.

It turned out to be a very enlightening session, a five minute video summary of which is now on Dennis’ blog and reproduced with his permission here – a 60 minute audio recording of the full, un-edited discussion is also available here.

Huge thanks are due to the participants who gave up their valuable time to take part and speak about their experiences of using Xero.

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