– command & control cash flow and Xero Add-on logosWe are thrilled to announce the public release of‘s integration with Xero. allows users to pay vendors, get paid by customers, manage the payment approval process, as well as track payments online. The solution offers role-based controls, audit trails, and streamlined collections with ACH and credit card payment processing.  Combined with Xero, makes it easy to get a comprehensive and instant view of cash flow.

Who is it for?

It’s a great tool for anyone who is looking to grow their business by implementing cloud-based accounts receivable and accounts payable capabilities.

How it works with Xero

Once connected, users can sync their Xero Chart of Accounts with and easily pay bills with a click of a button within the application. All payment and billing activity seamlessly reconciles within Xero!

Where you can use

It’s available to US customers, and is a great way to pay and get paid online. Their business-to-business payments network is unique in the industry, and can help facilitate your business’s move to the cloud!

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Colin Hewitt
June 6, 2013 at 4:37 am

If you’re interested in cash flow – Float has a slightly different take on things than But they could work together quite nicely.
We’re looking for beta testers at the moment.

Ronan Quirke
June 6, 2013 at 12:34 pm

@Colin I can definitely see a Xero customer using and Float together for really powerful management + forecasting of their cash flow, payables and receivables – will drop a line soon on what you need from us to finish your beta testing :)

Colin Hewitt
June 6, 2013 at 1:21 am

Thanks Ronan.
I agree. Could be a really good fit. We’re really close now. I think its just the prepayments and overpayments issue.
Will give you a shout soon.

Tom Prentice
June 6, 2013 at 8:15 pm

I am interested in how Bill.Com has managed to get the functionality that Xero has not in this area (making payments in the software which then transact at you bank – not the other way round).

Rod Drury
June 6, 2013 at 8:55 pm

Hi Tom. We do create the bank payment files in NZ, AU and UK. In those countries most banks allow you to pass in a batch of payments and they’ll sort them out for you. We’re doing more here this year in those markets. In the USA the banking industry is much more fragmented and is cleverly filling that gap. We’re pleased to work with them and also looking at other ways to make payments more seamless.

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