Xero Touch wins at the 2012 Australian Mobile Awards!

We’re thrilled to announce that Xero Touch has won a ‘Mobie’ in the 2012 Australian Mobile Awards. The awards celebrate outstanding mobile achievements across a broad selection of categories. Xero was honored with an award for the ‘Best Line of Business’ category (which relate to apps that aid business productivity).

Xero Touch was specifically designed to improve productivity for small business owners who need to be able to get work done on the go.

The touch optimized interface lets users perform certain business tasks extremely quickly – like sending an invoice or taking photos of receipts to easily manage expense claims. Having the ability to do these activities when mobile has a dramatic impact on cashflow by improving efficiency.

Xero Australia Managing Director Chris Ridd flew up to Sydney to attend the awards night and said “We’re excited that Xero Touch has been recognised by a leading awards show in Australia. We love providing our partners with user-friendly solutions that mobilise accounting and give small business owners the freedom to manage their business on the go.”

To improve your business’s productivity, download Xero Touch from the iTunes appstore.


Gayle Buchanan
August 31, 2012 at 7:33 pm

awesome news Chris – very very cool – congrats

Diane Crawford-Errington
August 31, 2012 at 8:06 pm

Awesome, well done guys!

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