BT Business has
launched an online accounting application channel aimed at SMEs and their
It will offer
online accounting package of which its owner is listed on the New Zealand Stock
Exchange, to customers for free on a 30-day trial.
‘Customer feedback is that traditional accounting packages are complicated to
use, and can only be accessed while in the office. The research shows that
employees are working harder and longer during the downturn anyway, so we hope
that Xero users will instantly be more productive and redress an often dire
work/life balance,’ said Chris Lindsay, general manager at BT Business
Delivered as software as a service (SaaS), Xero can be implemented quickly
without the upfront licence fees, maintenance or upgrade costs associated with
‘It’s a coup for Xero, partnering with the biggest telecoms operator, and for
BT offering online applications will require customers to have resilient
Xero passed the ICAEW IT faculty’s product accreditation scheme last year.
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