Xero partners with GreatSoft to unleash the power of cloud accounting for large firms

Original Media Release Posted by Jessica Brophy  of Xero on 4 September 2019

The integration will enable some of Australia’s largest practices to use GreatSoft and Xero more efficiently across all of their clients in the cloud
September 2019, Brisbane – Xero , the global small business platform, today announced a partnership with GreatSoft in Australia, a scalable cloud-based practice management solution for large accounting firms. The partnership will enable leading professional services firms to adopt Xero’s powerful cloud accounting tools and efficiently manage thousands of clients, jobs and staff in GreatSoft.

As an open ecosystem, Xero offers choice to accounting and bookkeeping practices when it comes to practice management solutions. For sole practitioners, Xero Projects allows simple time cost tracking, with optional Trello integration; for medium-sized practices, there’s Xero Practice Manager, and now the largest and most complex enterprises can integrate their practice with GreatSoft.

Once integrated with Xero, accountants will be able to work more efficiently; spending less time entering data in multiple platforms or chasing information from clients and more time delivering high-value advice to clients.

“Together with GreatSoft, we’re giving Australian accounting practices of all shapes, sizes and technology maturity the ability to access to beautiful software that makes them more efficient, more effective and more powerful for their clients. Large and complex accounting firms can now use the tools, services and streamlined workflows that already benefit thousands of Australian accountants and bookkeepers, and small businesses on Xero’s cloud-based platform. Through our connected platform they will have the ability to provide high value services, to help grow their clients’ businesses.” – Trent Innes, Managing Director, Xero Australia and Asia.

GreatSoft, which recently entered the Australian market, is a tried and tested solution used by over 1000 firms across 19 countries, with many of these being big four and top tier firms.

“We’re excited about our strategic partnership with Xero as it addresses the gap that exists in the market for a scalable, integrated solution for growing multi-office, multi-entity, multi-service line firms,” said Brian Armstrong, CEO GreatSoft Australia.

“The integration allows GreatSoft and Xero to sync tax and client changes and gives practices the platform, freedom and flexibility to create a truly integrated cloud practice ecosystem to build a 360° unified view of the client and a single source of truth.”

Xero has been working closely with many large leading firms around the world. The business announced a global expansion of its partnership with PwC earlier this year, enabling local PwC firms around the world to provide quick and easy access to the Xero platform for their clients.

Media Contact

About Xero & GreatSoft

Jessica Brophy
Xero Australia
+61 431 268 549
jess.brophy@xero.com

Born in the cloud, Xero is a beautiful, easy-to-use platform for small businesses and their advisors around the world. Xero provides its 1.8 million subscribers with connections to a thriving ecosystem of 800+ third-party apps and 200+ connections to banks and financial service providers.

On the inaugural 2018 Financial Times FT1000 High-Growth Companies Asia Pacific list, Xero was the fastest growing tech company in the $200 million+ segment. Xero won ‘Bookkeeping software of the year’ from the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers UK in 2018, and was rated by Canstar Blue as the best accounting software in
Australia from 2015-2018 and in New Zealand in 2019.

Brian Armstrong CEO GreatSoft Australia 1800 101 777 brian.armstrong@greatsoft.com.au

GreatSoft addresses the gap that exists in the market for a scalable, integrated cloud practice management solution that meets the needs of progressive accounting firms, including mid-tier and large firms.

GreatSoft and Xero is the smart choice for firms looking to eliminate data silos and avoid having to manage multiple databases in the firm.

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