How is Omicron affecting Australian businesses?

Posted on January 17, 2022Categories Uncategorised

The new wave of COVID-19 variant Omicron is currently in full swing across the country.  We’re now beginning to see the knock-on effects this case explosion is having on the Australian business community. Let’s unpack some of the major effects the rapid spread of Omicron is having on the economy and businesses at large. Staff shortages With rampant case numbers comes the inevitable issue of staffing. With employees either contracting COVID or unable to work due to close contact isolation, … Continue reading “How is Omicron affecting Australian businesses?”

The benefits of being #XeroCertified

Posted on January 17, 2022Categories Advisors, Bookkeepers

As we start to build momentum into the year it’s a great time to refresh your Xero knowledge and make sure you’re getting the most out of Xero.  If you’re already one of our #XeroCertified partners, you will receive an invitation to the first quarterly product update for 2022. Remember, you need to complete all four updates for the year to maintain your Advisor certification.  If you’re not yet #XeroCertified but want to upskill in 2022, read on to find … Continue reading “The benefits of being #XeroCertified”

Float: Advanced business forecasting

Posted on December 29, 2021Categories Apps, Product, Small business

Xero connects with over 1,000 apps that help small businesses and their advisors succeed, with most available in the Xero App Store. Each month we celebrate an app partner who stands out for helping small businesses thrive. Find out more about becoming a Xero app partner here. December’s App Partner of the month is Float, an app that integrates with Xero to give small businesses access to enterprise-level forecasting tools. Float plugs into Xero and pulls bank transactions, invoices, bills, … Continue reading “Float: Advanced business forecasting”

Why isn’t your business using eInvoicing?

Posted on December 18, 2021Categories News, Products, Small business, Technology

If you issue invoices in the course of running your business, it’s becoming more imperative that you switch over to eInvoicing. If you still email PDF’s, or (heaven forbid) mail paper invoices, you’re late to the party and are missing out on some easy gains. Even more significant is a recent announcement by the Australian government that they will be mandating the internal use of eInvoicing from 1 July 2022. Discussions are also being had around the mandatory nature of … Continue reading “Why isn’t your business using eInvoicing?”