Profitability and time is the linchpin of a service business and Xero Projects was built with this in mind. It’s geared at businesses with straightforward time and job cost tracking needs and will really appeal to those still fiddling around in spreadsheets, or who find most project management software too complex.
Xero Projects, is accessed from within the general Xero Accounting software and fills the gap between Xero’s core financial accounting functions and a comprehensive end-to-end job management solution.
It allows you to capture, track and report on the time and money spent on each job so you can proactively invoice, make informed decisions and manage your project financials more efficiently.
Although there are a number of powerful applications in the Xero app marketplace, small business owners are often overwhelmed by the choice. They may be reluctant to make the initial investment of time and money that’s needed to get the right solution. They want the data, but don’t yet feel they’re at a scale to be able to maximise the full potential of the features within those products. The perceived complexity and cost can also be a barrier to entry. That’s where Xero Projects comes in. It gives those businesses a low-cost solution that’s easy to implement, easy to use, and it allows them to start capturing the critical data.
Xero Projects also integrates seamlessly with existing data entry processes and alleviates the stress associated with job costing and profitability tracking. They are able to gather powerful financial information that they can use to make more effective financial decisions, and bill more accurately. In particular the features are as follows:
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