Nov 4, 2016
Following on from Xerocon South 2016 a powerhouse crew from Brisbane came together to discuss and dissect the lessons learnt from this conference. The panel discussion and the audience q and a was recorded and will be of interest to attendees and non-attendees alike. If you did attend Xerocon – it reminds you of some of the areas you need to revisit and explore. If you didn’t attend Xerocon – Tracey, Cassandra and Justin have done the hard work for you and bring their own twist to the lessons, highlights and outcomes that Xerocon had for them.
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Solutions mentioned during this panel discussion include, but are not limited to: • Hubdoc • ReceiptBank • KarbonHQ • ExpenseCheck • ApprovalMax • Vision6 • IODM • Moula • Waddle
Panel of speakers:
Chartered Accountant Tracey Newman is the Director of Cloud Counting a small accounting practice based in Brisbane. Her passion is to train clients to use Xero and make the most of cloud based technology to save time and have fun.
Cassandra Scott is the Director of Laurus Bookkeeping, a business services consultancy specialising in cloud based accounting and business systems. Cassandra provides mentoring services to other bookkeepers and contributes to ongoing discussion and development of programs to increase the professionalism and evolution of the bookkeeping industry.
Justin Campbell has worked for Xero since 2013 and has background in accounting and recruitment. He has also worked closely with small business as a disability employment consultant. He is passionate about the role of small and micro business in the role of the Australia economy.