The soon-to-be-released solution, Farming in the Cloud, was a major topic of interest at Xerocon Auckland 2014.
Together with our newly-certified farming software partner Figured, we'll deliver a solution that allows farmers and their accountants, banks and rural service companies to work together from the same set of online, real-time data. It will provide one centralised home for accounting and farm management tools.
This video captures people from Xero's network giving their take on this game-changing addition to Xero.
Ben Richmond, Sales and Product lead for Xero NZ, chats about the highlights from his keynote earlier in the day.
Ian Proudfoot, KPMG Global Agribusiness Leader, discusses what Farming in the Cloud will do for the rural sector.
Figured run through the evolution of the idea and give a demo of what the product looks like and how it will work for farmers and their accountants.
David Chin from Livestock Improvement Corporation (LIC) chats about technology adoption on the farm and the sort of services their farming members are looking for from rural advisors.
Michael Wood from Receipt Bank explains how the rural receipt bank product works to get bank feeds into Xero.
For more information, check out the Xero blog: xero.com/blog/2014/03/farming-cloud/#more-40555