Conversion Success! The 8 Essential Client Questions

Every successful move to Xero starts and ends with your client. Before you come to us it is recommended that you scope out your clients needs in advance so we can discuss the best service to for their business. Following are some areas you could consider discussing with your clients. Maybe incorporate these into an existing … Read moreConversion Success! The 8 Essential Client Questions

Gwen Neri

Gwen graduated with a BSc Accountancy in 2003 from Leyte College in Ormoc, Leyte , and worked with a number of companies over the 12 years before she started working for Jet Convert in the account fixing team. Companies included food manufacturing, building and construction, and an NGO with disadvantaged children. Gwen has a passion for … Read moreGwen Neri

Wendy Elms

Wendy has over 20 years experience in marketing and relationship management. Her career spans Kodak (Australasia) Pty Ltd in Melbourne and ESP Print Management in Brisbane. Wendy is responsible for supporting and communicating with our client base to ensure they are kept up-to-date with all the latest developments. Wendy enjoys being outdoors which includes the … Read moreWendy Elms

Drowning in Bank Statements? Jet Convert to the rescue!

Our bank statement PDFs to CSV file service has traditionally been used to fill the bank feed gap in Xero following conversion where the bank can’t provide digital history. However I’ve seen quite a few really large conversions come through this year which made me curious as to how else this is being used. I … Read moreDrowning in Bank Statements? Jet Convert to the rescue!

GST MYOB & Reckon Vs Xero and the Reality

There are a number of differences in regards to GST handling that you need to be aware of when moving from one accounting package to another. These can impact you regardless of whether you are converting over yourself or using our conversion service. They mainly apply to Tax Exclusive invoices and when the entity is … Read moreGST MYOB & Reckon Vs Xero and the Reality

Reviewing Payroll data in Xero

Xero payroll is a powerful tool to minimise the time it takes to manage payments to your team as well as superannuation. To get the most out of Xero it needs to be correctly set up. When Jet converts clients from a different accounting system, we set up the payroll with the settings from the … Read moreReviewing Payroll data in Xero

Customise your Chart of Accounts into Xero

NOTE:  This service available only to Jet Convert Partners in Australia.  Please visit the Jet Convert Partner Program page for more information. Using a standard Chart of Accounts across all your Xero orgs works nicely to streamline your report packs and provide ready comparisons. However getting there can be a pile of work if you import … Read moreCustomise your Chart of Accounts into Xero

Converting to Xero – blow by blow!

Updated: December 2018 In my role as Business Relationship Manager I get a lot of inquiries from Xero Partners wanting to understand the conversion process. If you have never used us before, the unknown may be daunting – but in reality it is all very straightforward! 1. Prepare the source file There is some ‘tidy-up’ work … Read moreConverting to Xero – blow by blow!

Changing GST Accounting Basis following a MYOB Conversion

Changing your GST Accounting basis at any time, be it post conversion or some time in the future, will have an impact on the GST history. For example, with moving from Cash to Accrual all the transactions once flagged at Payment/Receipt for BAS reporting will now be ignored and reorganised to have GST recognised at invoice … Read moreChanging GST Accounting Basis following a MYOB Conversion

2013 – What a Year!

It’s been an exciting year for anyone associated with Xero. In Australia they continue to grow by 200-300 conversions per day.  The Xero community (Partners, add-ons, cloud integrators etc) have developed into a wonderful active and vocal movement that keeps Xero on their toes and provides fantastic support for each other. Lot’s of firsts… For … Read more2013 – What a Year!