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Xero Integrates Time Tracking and Invoicing Tool

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Online accounting software maker Xero is now integrated with the time tracking and invoicing product Harvest, allowing its users the ability to utilize time and expense functions within Xero.

Harvest was founded in 2006 by designers who built a time tracking and invoicing tool after failing to find one the market that fit their specific needs.

“Xero is continuing to partner with industry leaders, like Harvest, who round out our cloud-based offering with tools that make it even easier for small businesses and accounting professionals to manage their finances from anywhere, anytime,” said Xero’s president of U.S. operations Jamie Sutherland.  “Xero stands out in the market because of its unparalleled focus on design and innovation – it finally makes accounting software beautiful.”

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