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What’s new with Xero + Square

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We first announced our partnership with Square last year. We wanted to enhance the ease of use made famous by both companies. Customers could link their Xero and Square accounts in minutes. All transaction data flowed automatically from Square’s point-of-sale system to Xero’s back-office accounting software. No more manually inputting sales. With this integration sellers and small businesses can now use that time on the things that really matter.

Today, we’ve enhanced our integration with the introduction of Square Seamless Sign-up. We took our already beautiful integration, and made it even easier for our customers.

Users can now connect Xero and Square in less than 5 minutes.

Here’s how:


Visit the Apps page on your Xero Dashboard.


New to Xero? Visit the Square Dashboard to set up a Xero account and sync it seamlessly to Square.


As a new user, you’ll be prompted to activate your account. Just create a new password and then watch as all your information gets transferred into Xero.

It’s that easy and now you can get back to what you do best.

Xero + Square help you run your business better. For more information, visit

Square is making commerce easy for everyone. Whether a business needs to accept credit cards, manage a full point-of-sale system, or sell online, they offer simple and affordable tools so businesses of all sizes can start, run, and grow. The company began with a free credit card reader for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices, allowing businesses to accept credit cards anywhere, anytime, for one low, transparent rate. It now offers a full suite of hardware and software tools to help small businesses.

Xero is committed to bringing you more integrations to make your business life easier. If you have any questions please leave them in the comments. We’ll respond as quickly as we can.


Heather Smith
August 6, 2015 at 6.26 pm

Is this a global solution? I am not hearing of businesses in Australia using it. Are they?

Iris Yau
August 8, 2015 at 4.08 am

Hi Heather, yes indeed. Australia is one of our countries that uses Square today.

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