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Xero Offers QuickBooks Conversion Service

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In its ongoing battle against Intuit and QuickBooks in particular, Xero is now offering a free service to help convert QuickBooks data directly into its cloud accounting solution.

Jamie Sutherland

Xero’s QuickBooks Conversion platform is designed to move the QuickBooks financial landscape directly into the Xero platform, including chart of accounts, contacts, inventory items and transaction history such as invoices, payments and more. The company plans to demonstrate the service nationally during an upcoming roadshow, beginning October 21 in Baltimore and spanning 20 cities over the next month.

 “We created our QuickBooks Conversion Service in response to strong industry demand. With this service, we’re removing the last barrier for small businesses and their accounting partners to realize the power of the cloud in building a strong financial foundation,” said Xero U.S. president Jamie Sutherland. “We’re thrilled to make this long awaited industry demand a reality and spread the news to small businesses and accounting professionals across the U.S. during our national road show.”

For more information visit the Conversion Service site.

 

 

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