Using a cloud accounting platform like Xero means you can access your financial data anytime, anywhere - which can only be a good thing for the busy, on-the-move professional.
We’ve put Xero’s invoicing capabilities under the spotlight on several occasions, showing you just how easy it is to automate your invoices and get your money in quicker. But even so, you’ll still always get the odd client who fails to pay their dues on time.
If you’re a regular visitor to our blog, you’ll know we’re always extolling the virtues of cloud accounting platform Xero. Similarly, we’re big fans of measuring business success via the use of financial KPIs (key performance indicators).
In our first ‘Xero pointer’, we introduced you to the wonderful world of online invoicing - a surefire way to streamline your admin and get paid more quickly.
As more and more organisations turn to online accounting with Xero, managing your own business finances actually becomes easier!
That’s because the Xero-to-Xero network allows you to connect directly with customers or suppliers who are also using the platform.
Getting your invoices paid on time is critical to the success of any business - so the first post in our new monthly series of Xero pointers shows you how to take advantage of the online invoicing facility.