Xero Wins 2012 Top New Accounting Product from Accounting Today

Started in 1987, Accounting Today is America’s leading provider of business news for the tax and accounting community with over 60,000 subscribers. This is Accounting Today’s third annual installment of recognizing the best new accounting-related products across the US.

We are honored to have been selected and humbled to see a long-standing, reputable publication like Accounting Today recognize us as a leader in the accounting space. We are looking forward to an exciting journey in the US and we are just getting started. There is still a lot of work to be done, but one thing is for certain–we are laser-focused on building the very best cloud accounting solution for accountants and small businesses alike.

2 Comments

Gayle Buchanan
February 11, 2012 at 5:04 pm

Go get em kiwis! Huge high five and gratitude for giving OBk and thousands of partners the opportunity to work from anywhere in the world – cheers

Kevin V Russell
February 16, 2012 at 7:20 am

This award will be the first of many while the product continues to add features and to improve in overall look and feel. The Xero developers are entitled to feel very proud of the first real advance in Accounting software in probably two decades.

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