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Topic # 54020 15-Dec-2009 11:30
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Hey guys,
I was on here a while ago asking about the API. That turned out well and I took the idea of switching from MYOB to Xero to the decision makers that be. They said they'd look into it at the end of the year and that time has now popped up. Basically, they are keen to get more integrated billing especially, and also are interested in auto reconciliation.

However there is some resistance from the accountant due to the lack of a built in payroll within the product. Using a third party just doesn't seem to stick with them (ipayroll). Has anyone got any experience using ipayroll or any word if Xero will release its own built in payroll?

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  Reply # 282757 15-Dec-2009 16:02
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If you introduce us to your accountant we so we can get them sorted.



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  Reply # 284066 19-Dec-2009 20:17
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Get in touch ( - we're happy to discuss things with your accountant. Payroll is specialised, so a fully integerated solution between iPayroll and Xero is actually better than a single solution - we both stick to what we do best!

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