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Spotlight Dashboard Add-on Partner

We regularly showcase Add-on partners in the Xero blog, but there is another category of partners out there using the Xero API – Xero Developers.

Xero Developers can be found in the Add-on directory, and have been certified by the Xero API team to be competent in developing custom applications or providing integrations between existing applications and Xero.

One of our longest standing Xero Developer partners is EndGame. The CEO of EndGame, Andrew Butel, is himself an ex-Xero employee so has an intimate knowledge of the Xero application.

We are keen to highlight the great work our developer partners are doing, and EndGame’s case study of its work on for Maori Women’s Development, Inc (MWDI) is a great example of this, developing an internal reporting system that extends Xero, allowing for the improved administration and management of its loan portfolio.

Maori Women's Development application screen

This is a great example of taking the Xero product and extending it to a specific need through the use of an integrated application, seamlessly communicating back and forth with Xero through the Xero API.

MWDI accountant Linda Clay says “EndGame has created an internal loan reporting system that draws directly on financial information in Xero. As a result, the delivery of meaningful reports in a more effective and efficient way for both CEO and Governance reporting is streamlined.”

Check out the full case study (PDF) or find out more about Xero Developer EndGame.

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