Former Xero managing director Chris Ridd has joined the board of small business lender Moula.
Former Xero Australia managing director Chris Ridd has invested in talent management solution provider Seera ahead of a planned ASX listing next year.
There’s been a change at the top in Australia for cloud accounting software provider Xero with sales director Trent Innes to take over as managing director from current MD Chris Ridd.
Cloud accounting provider Xero has launched two new solutions – billable expenses and invoice reminders – which it says help small business owners improve cashflow and get paid faster.
Listed cloud accounting company Xero (ASX:XRO) has boosted subscription revenue to just under NZ$90 million for the 2015 half year to the end of September.
Cloud accounting software provider Xero has launched a new series of informative and educational videos and podcasts - ‘Xero Business Booster’ – designed for new customers starting a small or micro business.
Cloud accounting software provider Xero has established a raft of new strategic partnerships, including with Dropbox, Adobe, Bigcommerce and Insightly, as it looks to offer significantly improved business insights and simplify collaboration for small businesses and their accounting partners.
Delivery services startup Sendle has launched a new dashboard which it says is designed specifically to give small businesses a "better alternative' to Australia Post’s eParcel service.
New Zealand cloud accounting solutions provider Xero has released its results for the financial year to the end of March, achieving more than half a million subscribers worldwide over the past 12 months and passing the NZ$100 million revenue mark.
New Zealand’s rapidly expanding accounting software provider Xero is claiming more than half a million subscribers around the world are now signed up to its cloud platform, with just under half of them in Australia.
Accounting software provider Xero has launched a new conversion service which it says helps BankLink customers more quickly transition from older software to its cloud accounting software.
New Zealand-based cloud accounting software provider Xero has recorded strong global customer growth over the 12 months to the end of March, claiming that much of the growth has come from 35% of new customers switching from other accounting software providers.
New Zealand-based accounting software provider Xero is claiming 200,000 customers in Australia have now signed on to use their cloud software just five years after launching in the market.
Xero is preparing to add inventory management capabilities to its cloud accounting software.
Accounting software company Xero has rebutted suggestions from competitor MYOB that non-paying customers are included in its roster of more than 400,000 customers.
Open APIs are a critical part of the cloud, according to accounting provider Xero's local MD. And a Melbourne street food operator shows how easily multiple cloud services can be assembled to meet the diverse needs of a small business.
In a marked heating up of the battle currently being waged between small business accounting software providers MYOB and Xero, MYOB chief Tim Reed has questioned Xero’s latest numbers and planted a stake in the ground when it comes to any claim by his Kiwi upstart rival to market leadership.
There’s an intriguing and relentless battle for the hearts and minds of customers and potential customers going on in the online accounting software market between Australia’s own homegrown vendor MYOB and the upstart New Zealand vendor Xero.
Cloud accounting provider has made two senior though part-time - appointments.
Online accounting software company Xero says its ecosystem of business solutions has grown by more than 35% to 350 in the past 12-months, and it has now unveiled a “new business software marketplace” designed to give small businesses and their advisors a new way to easily find the right add-on solutions.
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