What is Xero?Xero is a global company with offices in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand and customers all over the world. Our mission is to materially improve GDP globally by making small businesses more productive.
Xero was founded in July 2006, is one of the top 20 companies on the New Zealand Stock Exchange and is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange. We are a new type of multinational with teams around the world united in our passion to revolutionise small business.
As the emerging leader in online accounting software, we connect small businesses to their advisors and a myriad of other connected services. Xero provides business owners with real-time visibility of their financial position in a way that’s simple, smart and secure. For advisors such as accountants and bookkeepers, Xero forges a trusted relationship with clients through online collaboration and gives them the opportunity to extend their services.
We’re thrilled with the impact we’re making globally. We have so many customers telling us that we’re removing many aspects of running a business that are hard, boring or frustrating. We’re often told we’ve made accounting fun! That delights us as we love technology and making business better.
Xero News15 March 2020 · Accounting & Financial
We’re a country of do-gooders here in New Zealand. We ranked third on last year’s World Giving Index and we have 27,800 charities for a population of just under five million. There are around 115,000 organisations in New Zealand’s not-for-profit (NFP) sector. These are a mixture of incorporated and unincorporated organisations, depending on their income, the tax … Continue reading "How the right technology can be a game-changer for non-profits"
04 March 2020 · Accounting & Financial
In this time of unprecedented social, political and technological transformation, virtually every industry on the planet is undergoing change. Few more so, arguably, than the accounting profession. As a result, we’re all asking ourselves (and each other) the very same question: “What does the future of the industry look like?” And while there may be … Continue reading "The Future Advisor: Predicting the future of accounting in the age of the unknown"