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Todas las pequeñas y medianas empresas y contabilidad y prácticas de contabilidad.
Valoración media1574 reseñas
- En general 4.5 / 5
- Facilidad de uso 4 / 5
- Atención al cliente 4 / 5
- Funciones 4 / 5
- Relación calidad-precio 4 / 5
Detalles del producto
- Precio de partida $9/mes
- Versión gratuita No
- Prueba gratis Sí
En la nube, SaaS, web
Móvil: nativo de iOS
Móvil: nativo de Android
En directo en línea
En horario ininterrumpido (atiende un representante)
Datos del proveedor
- Fundada en 2006
Galardonado software de contabilidad en línea diseñado para propietarios de pequeñas empresas y contadores. Disponible en cualquier computadora o dispositivo móvil con conexión a Internet. Las finanzas comerciales y el flujo de caja se actualizan en tiempo real. Importa transacciones desde cuentas bancarias. Ilimitados inicios de sesión de usuario. Se integra con más de 600 aplicaciones comerciales de terceros. Admite múltiples monedas. Se puede acceder a los datos a través de un solo libro de contabilidad, lo que permite a los contadores y clientes colaborar en torno a las finanzas.
Funciones de Xero
- Conciliación bancaria
- Contabilidad de acreedores
- Contabilidad de deudores
- Contabilidad de fondos
- Contabilidad de los proyectos
- Empresas de contabilidad CPA
- Gestión de activos fijos
- Gestión de impuestos
- Gestión de nóminas
- Organizaciones sin ánimo de lucro
- Seguimiento de gastos
- Órdenes de compra
Las reseñas más útiles de Xero
Revisado el 4/3/2019
Xero makes reconciling fun
I use Xero in two roles in my life, one as an employee and the other for the accounting software for my husband's business.
In my work New Zealand schools use this software as it is relatively easy to learn, quite intuitive and uses cloud accounting, enables document uploads for accountants to view etc. Once well set up it is also fast to use on a day to day basis.
At home I assist my husband to reconcile our business transactions for our accountant. We don't have to go in to the accountant's office or email invoices etc as we can upload them to Xero for him to see. You can set up the dashboard to get an overall view of your business and how much money is owed to you, and bills you owe, how you are tracking month to month, and the balances of your accounts you have linked to Xero.
Puntos a favor:
I like the ease of reconciling because once you get set up and code a few items it remembers them for next time for a faster job (you still have to check them to see if they are correct first).
I find it fun and satisfying to reconcile in Xero as it is quite visual, you see several lines waiting to be reconciled and then as you work through the transactions, coding them and clicking on the middle button, they disappear. Setting up bank rules is also a huge benefit, as they get coded automatically, ready for you to just hit the green 'ok' button. You can use this for your usual bills for example, electricity bill, local cafe, cell phone bill, internet charges. Although it does take time to set bank rules up to make sure all details are accurate, it saves time in the long run.
I like the fact that customers can upload documents into the files section of Xero and their accountant can see these documents immediately to work on them or code them.
I also like the search function as you can search for a particular number, or the first few letters of a name or business to find relevant transactions.
Being able to generate invoices and email them direct from Xero is great as it saves time.
It is not the software's fault exactly, but because reconciling is so easy there is a temptation to accept what Xero suggests for a transaction and reconcile to this account, instead of pausing and really checking if the code is the best one.
Xero is first and foremost a business accounting software, so the reports it can generate may not be exactly what other users of the software need, like schools for example, who may need a Xero add-on to get what they most need in regards to reports.
Revisado el 15/8/2018
Xero truly puts powerful data in the hands of small business owners
Puntos a favor: I have been using Xero for a good number of years now and can only recommend it! The usability is fantastic, the ability to see really clearly how the accounts work is groundbreaking in its field. I love the bank reconciliation and the bank feeds. The automation of data is actually fun and linking it into the add-ons can make life a lot easier and save time and money. It is a great way to keep things simple and clear. I love the advisor features, that you can't break it (although you can make a real mess if not careful). For me the biggest benefit is the clarity of the data and the ability to drill down into virtually anything. Don't use Xero in super complex scenarios and I would recommend that you employ a proper XERO accountant - who actually knows how to use Xero and uses the data when using it though or you will end up paying twice - once for entering the data to xero - and again when the accountant pulls it out into their own software. Overall I would absolutely recommend Xero for people who are more serious than working in spreadsheets but who are turning over £50k-£3m+ with a fairly simple process.
We have found that Xero does not work well in all scenarios but there are work arounds - the bigger the business and the more complex the processes the less it suits but then if you are bigger/more complex you should arguably be using something else!
Support is not awesome! It can take time and you are often met with unhelpful suggestions. There has been an increased number of 'blips' in the software in more recent months and the support has been almost useless in those cases and I have had to find workarounds. Conversation/instant message support should surely be on the cards?
Another thing that I don't like is the highly evangelical nature of the conferences! It borders on the cultish and if you are not 'in' then you are definitely 'out'! I have not found there to be any benefit to being on the 'directory' for that same reason.