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Why an Accounting Software? Why Xero?
You’re an Startup/SME owner.
You appreciate the importance of having your accounts invoices and bills as organised as possible.
- Xero is beautiful, easy-to-use online accounting software for small businesses.
- The company has 1 million subscribers in more than 180 countries.
- Xero operates in the cloud, requires no installation or upgrade costs, and is accessible anytime, anywhere.
- Xero was ranked No. 1 by Forbes as the World’s Most Innovative Growth Company.
You don’t have the time to spend your entire day implementing financial controls to ensure you’ve been paid and/or have the capital available to invest in your company (it takes ages – especially on numerous spreadsheets you’ll struggle to keep track of) – trust me I do this for a living!
Wasting time typing sales invoices and reconciling accounts with the bank would distract you from growing your business (if only it could be done automatically).
Really you need a bookkeeper
But there is a solution.
Xero is a cloud based accounts system that links all your business accounts to your bank and can automatically send invoices and make payments to you suppliers/bills.
What does this mean?
It means you can save time and funds usually spent wading through spreadsheets or employing a bookkeeper to keep track of your business finances. While maintaining full control and having the ability to track all financial transactions and costs.
- It’s entirely on the cloud so you can access your business finances anywhere, anytime.
- you get beautiful accounting software for a real-time view of your cashflow.
- Access business support and resources with a free 12-month membership.
If you are interested in further reading on accounting and its origins you can read my post on Luca Pacioli who worked with Leonardo Da Vinci and developed double entry accounting: Luca Pacioli, The father of Modern accounting