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Xero Certified Means Something!

  • By Lauri Paxton
  • 19 Oct, 2015
No – it’s not a play on words –X ero Certifie d means that the staff at Paxton Bookkeeping and Tax services are certified in XERO online accounting software .  An alternative to QuickBooks online, Xero’s target users are small businesses, meeting their needs to run the day-to-day operations across multiple industries.
Xero’s cloud application currently serves the accounting needs of some 370,000 companies worldwide and numerous individual users. The customer feedback and reviews found on the web about Xero are positively overwhelming.
Being Xero Certified means the staff at Paxton Bookkeeping and Tax Services has achieved competency ratings indicating they are proficient in utilizing the software and integrating the platform into small businesses.

These are the top 3 reasons to consider making a switch to Xero:

  1. Unlimited users for no extra charge and you can customize what each user is allowed to access.
  2. Free 24-hour email support.  Unlike QuickBooks, Xero’s live customer service support will respond 24/7.  QuickBooks’ customer support oftentimes requires waiting until the following day for an email response.  This delay in QuickBooks’ response can cause a disruption in services.
  3. More than 400 different add-ons allow our customers to customize the software to work the way you need/want it to for your specific business and/or industry.
Bill.com, a leading business payments network, and Xero, a global leader in cloud accounting software for small businesses, offer a Direct Sync integration for small and medium-sized businesses. Business owners can now seamlessly sync their Xero and Bill.com accounts to integrate bill pay with online accounting—providing small business owners with a real-time snapshot of their financials.
Because of this integration, it eliminates the need for double data entry and enables paperless accounts payable, accounts receivable and bill payment workflows, thus saving time and money.

Additional benefits of Xero include:

  • Automatically transfer and manage unpaid bills from Xero into Bill.com.
  • Automatically sync a range of data with Xero including accounts, vendors, customers, vendor credits and more.
  • Reconcile payments made through Bill.com using Xero bank reconciliation features.
  • Direct access to world-class customer service and payment support.
There is no fee to switch over from another platform and for new business owners , you may find the bill.com and Xero platforms to be a more cost effective, user friendly, cloud based option.  To learn more about Xero Online Accounting software and Bill.com and how these services could benefit your business, email or contact us directly at 724-359-5022.
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