Xerocon 2014 – It just gets better !

Well Xerocon 2014 has come and gone and yet again the annual Xero event has left a permanent mark on the accounting industry for all the right reasons. And with 1300 people attending (partners, exhibitors and Xero staff) it has to be one of the biggest technology based conferences in Australasia. This year was all aboutContinue reading “Xerocon 2014 – It just gets better !”

Two recent acknowledgments…

Whilst I never set out to seek recognition for the work that I do, whether it be paid or voluntary it is always nice to be recognised. In June 2014 I was given a Macquarie University Recognition Award for ongoing commitment to the first Accounting PACE unit (“Accountants in the Profession”) as an industry partner andContinue reading “Two recent acknowledgments…”

Xero Answers the Call

Following on from my blog in May, it was pleasing to see Chris Ridd’s blog last week regarding Xero’s commitment to educating and assisting the accounting and bookkeeping industry. 87.5% of respondents to the question I raised regarding whether they felt Xero had a responsibility to take on this role answered Yes. With so much change happening inContinue reading “Xero Answers the Call”