How Xero can transform your tourism business
Life in the travel sector can be demanding. Whether you run a hotel, travel agency or hostel, you can check on your business whenever it suits you.
Get paid faster with customised recurring online invoices for regular customers.
Easily record and manage expenses at work, home or on the go with the expenses app.
Sync Xero with third-party tourism apps to help run your business.
Get simple multi currency accounting to automatically track gains and losses for more than 160 currencies.
Really useful tools for tourism businesses
These are just some of the things travel operators love about Xero.
See how things are going with a glance at the up-to-date charts on the Xero dashboard.
Xero mobile app
Stay connected to your business on the go with a suite of mobile apps.
Track employees’ payroll information with Xero’s simple payroll tool.
Why Chimu Adventures loves using Xero
In setting up Chimu Adventures, Greg Carter was able to combine work with his passion for travelling.
When Greg Carter co-founded Chimu Adventures 10 years ago, it was born out of a love of travelling and South America.
Now, with offices on the ground in Peru, Argentina and Brazil, Greg spends about three months of the year in South America as well as regularly visiting Antarctica. And, thanks to Xero, he can take his business with him.
At the touch of a button, Greg can pull up the latest statistics or sales data and talk in real time to suppliers on the ground.
“It’s incredible that you can use a product like Xero while on a ship below the Antarctic circle – that you can control your business from such a remote, inhospitable part of the globe,” says Greg.
“Xero really allows me to be free in the way that I can travel and manage a business at the same time.”
Greg Carter, Chimu Adventures
Plans and pricing
$ 9999 ($99/mo) USD / Month
$ 9999 USD / Month
$ 9999 USD / Month
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