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3 responses to “The Customers Asked, Xero Answered. FreshBooks Integration…”

  1. tarch

    Been waiting for over a year for this integration and can’t wait to use it. Concerning 2 vendors vs 1 vendor, I believe approaching it like front of the house and back of the house makes it a little more digestible. Freshbooks for client related items and Xero for everything else.

  2. tarch

    Xero’s invoicing is quite basic. It does not have built-in time tracking, online client account access, auto notifications for late payments, or independent contractor access. I find that Freshbooks specializes in invoicing and client interaction with their accounts. They don’t spend time dealing with accounting, just invoicing. That is why a marriage between Xero and Freshbooks is a very good fit. Just my 2cents.