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Xero is the market leader in cloud accounting.
Xero allows you to work smart and faster, giving you a better overview of your business's finances, and enabling you to work more effectively with your accountant for the benefit of your business.
Not only that, but Xero makes easy-to-learn accounting and bookkeeping software that you will actually enjoy using.
We can tailor a package of fixed price services to best suit your needs.
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Cloud technology makes data and software accessible online anytime, anywhere, from any device connected to the internet. So you can check your accounts on your computer at work, or via an app on your smartphone while you are on the train.
Basing your accounts in the cloud also means that you can access data in real time. Why should business owners only know their finances once a year, often months after their year end? With Xero you have:
A clear overview of your current financial position, in real-time, enabling you to make informed business decisions
Automatic bank feeds - so you don’t need to spend all that time entering banking transactions
Multi-user access - so it's easy to collaborate online with your team and with us as your accountant
Less capital expenditure: everything is run online, so there's nothing to install, data is automatically backed up, and updates are instant and free of charge
Add-on apps - an ecosystem of hundreds of apps that seamlessly integrate with Xero to create your ideal software.
Xero can save you money and time - enabling you to spend more time on growing your business.
Find out more about Xero here: http://www.xero.com/uk/
We want to help you to build your business. We want it to grow in value. Your business should be designed so that it works for you, not the other way round.
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