From the factory to the ledger, TradeGecko and Xero is a match made in (cloud) heaven
What is Xero?
All the time-saving tools in an accounting software that you will need to grow your business.
Invoicing & Quotes
Who is it for?
Xero is perfect for small and medium size businesses looking to streamline their accounting operations.
How does Xero work with TradeGecko?
Create sales invoices When you create a Sales Order In TradeGecko, the invoice total is immediately pushed to Xero as a Sales Invoice in the Sales account (Accounts Receivable). You can then approve the invoice and make payments on Xero.
Create purchase orders On TradeGecko, when you create a purchase order, the order total is immediately pushed to Xero as a Purchases Bill in the Purchases account (Accounts Payable). You can then approve the bill and use Xero to make payments.
Reporting stock movements At the end of every day, TradeGecko collates all changes in your stock levels into a single Purchases Bill on Xero. This includes: shipments on Sales Orders (marked ‘Shipped’), received Purchase Orders (creating Procurements) and stock adjustments.
Our Xero accountant introduced us to TradeGecko Inventory Management. This seamless integration has helped scale our product line from 2000 to 12000
Multi-currency pricing TradeGecko’s multi-currency pricing automatically converts amounts to Xero’s base currency to maintain consistency.
Tax bundling TradeGecko predefine bundles of taxes (local sub taxes, sales taxes, compound taxes etc.) in various percentages or combined. This is synced with Xero through every Sales Order and Purchase Order. This is particularly helpful for businesses operating out of multiple locations.
Can I set up the Xero Inventory Management Add-on?
If you are an existing TradeGecko user who uses Xero Accounting Software for your business, you can integrate the two with no limits.