Cash flow is a common challenge for many businesses and there is some good advice for how to get your cash in quicker here. Quite often you need to be able to see how much cash you’ll have this time next year, next month, next week or even tomorrow.
Using Xero, we have two preferred options of giving us the visibility we need of future cash flow:
Added by Peter Czapp on August 29, 2013 at 11:10 — No Comments
Maree Maxfield recently highlighted the fact that Xero is not able to handle organisations with a year-end date that does not also fall on a month-end date. So 31st March works fine - but if your business makes up its accounts to 15th March every year, you have a problem.
However, I don't think it's a problem that Xero need to solve - I believe that sometimes you have to change to…Continue
Are there any other users that need to put in MULTI currency costs/expenses?
Xero Customer Care suggests we calculate it manually ...
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Added by Earl Rudolfo on October 22, 2010 at 15:00 — No Comments
It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. But there’s a story behind the numbers. Yes, a story behind the numbers in every business. In some cases, this story is never told in its entirety. As a
business owner, you may see chapters of the story by looking at the
numbers and attempting to interpret the meaning behind the numbers
yourself. Or get someone with more experienced eyes to view and
interpret the numbers for you. But most time this turns to to be…
Added by Earl Rudolfo on September 9, 2010 at 2:30 — No Comments
Am new to using Xero and love it, we think is so great that our company is in the process of partnering with Xero and through the API interface we have developed an intergration package for our debt collection software, however; we need application testers.
There will be a substantial discount on commission charges for those who are willing to assist in this project.
Please mail me here if…Continue
Introducing Accounting Software Review Pack
Software consultants have many skills, some of which are “problem solving” and “providing independent advice” on software applications. With the recent release of Accounting Software Review Pack
by Software Shortlist Pty Ltd, designed for the consumer to choose a
product, here you will find unbiased support notes detailing cost,
functionality and reporting features plus more. However, I…
Added by Gillian Rossouw on May 29, 2010 at 14:30 — No Comments
Sorry to use this blog for selfish reasons but wondered if there were any vacancies out there for a Xero trained accountant who wants to join a forward looking Xero based practice, or as a self employed resource for a smaller practice?
Very flexible in my approach and requirements, but not in the fact that I want to be involved with people who have bought into the whole Xero ethos.
Also fully accredited with Sage, Mamut and Iris practice suite
Wondered if any of you had come across the following and have any suggestions
I have a society that has an annual subscription, but allows its members to pay by standing order over 12 months. Therefore each month there are 100's of receipts for the same amount, which need to be allocated against the subscription invoice. Problem is that some people cancel their subs s/o and not notify the society, who need to monitor o/s amounts…Continue
Added by Earl Rudolfo on March 12, 2010 at 14:30 — No Comments
News is just coming through from the other side of the planet (New Zealand and the ONYAs to be precise) that Xero has won three out of the four awards it was nominated for, namely “Most Outstanding Website”, “Best User Experience” and “Best Web Application”. They missed out on “Most Innovative” but, hey, this is accounting software we’re talking about.
Of course, being web-based software, this is the same stuff that we use…
Added by Adrian Pearson on February 19, 2010 at 11:00 — No Comments
I met up with Hamish Edwards and Darren Glanville from Xero online accounting software yesterday, when they dropped in to the Pearson & Associates offices.
It was good to meet Hamish for the first time, after…
In a post on the Xero Blog on 15th January,
Matt Vickers discusses Vendor Lock-In. In a previous post, I commented on the automatic upgrades nature of Saas products. Here I want to examine Mark Mark’s Matt's claim that:
“.. if you want to stop using Xero, it’s relatively simple to get your data out in…
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