Cashbook drives growth for Approved Accounting

Last week I meet with Jon and Trevor from Approved Accounting in their offices in Hampshire to talk about the experience they are having using Xero Cashbook. Their practice has grown 20% in the past year, purely because of the fact that they use Xero Cashbook. Using Xero means they have more time, so they can take on more clients. Check out their story in this video:

With the new tax year about to start, it‘s the perfect time to get started with Xero. Accountants and bookkeepers can sign up as a partner for free and, like Approved Accounting, get all the functionality you need to look after your bookkeeping clients in a more efficient way. In the long term you’ll be more profitable because you’ll be able to do those jobs so much faster.

If you’re already a Xero partner, it’s the perfect time to contact your account manager to organize your Xero growth plan for the coming financial year.

4 Comments

Julie Russell
February 14, 2013 at 11:06 am

Oooh, from my old stomping ground! Fantastic to see Xero reaching the wilds of East Meon – just shows the Cloud has no boundaries! Great work @Approved Accounting – if you need a Silver Partner bookkeeper, even though Im now in Auckland, let me know!

Peter Morgan
February 14, 2013 at 3:45 pm

Great to see Xero being adopted in the UK. As a Saints fan particularly pleased to see it being provided to Hampshire businesses. Everyones a winner!

Jon Green
February 14, 2013 at 11:25 pm

Julie and Peter, thanks for your comments. Being a Pompey fan I’m a bit disappointed that Saints get the first mention on the page, but never mind 🙂

Sharon Harwood
February 15, 2013 at 4:53 am

Just starting to get Xero running, luckily I have a great accountant at Rothmans who can help me out with all my questions.

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