Zero Reasons Not to Try Xero

Zero Reasons Not to Try Xero

By: Kyle Corum, CPA, Partner

In an effort to help our clients, we have partnered with Xero (sounds like “zero”) to expand our small business accounting offerings. If you have never heard of Xero, you will. It is a cloud-based program for small to medium-sized businesses that have more needs than other accounting programs can offer.

Xero offers greater flexibility and can help generate better efficiency in your day-to-day operations. And with access to hundreds of third-party apps, you have everything you need to create a best-in-class accounting team.

Xero also has Machine Learning built in to help with bank reconciliations, automating the monthly hassle. Over time, Xero memorizes transactions as well as identifies who is making journal entries each month. As a result, when routine transactions do not occur or are different from expectations, Xero will let you know. With its ability to automate tasks, remind customers to pay, and read scanned documents and post for you, you can have more time to focus on your business.

If you are not totally satisfied with your current accounting program or you need additional resources and support, consider looking into the services that Xero can provide.

BRC offers discounted pricing options on Xero. Please reach out to Kyle Corum with any questions.

Kyle Corum

Kyle Corum Partner, CPA, CFE

Kyle Corum is a Partner with BRC and is the leader of the Firm’s Advisory Services practice, which includes a variety of different types of engagements including: Cybersecurity Due diligence for mergers and acquisitions Fraud and Forensic Investigations Agreed upon procedures Internal control reviews and analysis Outsource CFO and Controller duties Litigation support Shareholder […]

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