Kiwi cloud accounting company Xero has formed a strategic technology partnership with Kaseya.
The collaboration will deliver direct integration between BMS by Kaseya and Xero, providing synchronised financial and operational data between both business applications.
Kaseya’s primary customers are mid-market enterprises (MME) and managed service providers (MSPs). BMS supports all the back-end operational needs of MSPs and is a key component of the Kaseya IT Complete Unified MSP Growth Platform.
With BMS, Kaseya’s overarching goal is to offer the industry’s most functionally rich professional services automation (PSA) solution on the market.
Kaseya explains that part of delivering on that vision is to ensure that BMS integrates seamlessly with the tools that are critical to the operations of IT service providers.
The direct integration between BMS and Xero leads to fewer headaches, superior support, and a better overall experience for global customers, Kaseya claims.
“Kaseya continues to innovate and, thereby overcome, the problems inherent in first-generation PSA solutions,” says Jim Lippie, general manager, cloud computing at Kaseya.
“As the industry’s only next generation PSA, BMS empowers our customers to be more profitable and operationally efficient through easy to access data capture and analysis,” said
“Our latest partnership with Xero provides an added layer of financial intelligence that can be leveraged all within BMS’ single pane of glass. This powerful integration saves our MSPs countless hours of admin and back office time.”
With the new BMS-Xero integration, the duo are aims to offer MSPs a single source of truth to view and manage all client financial information including invoice history, payment status, credit status, products and services purchased.
According to Kaseya, the bi-directional flow of data enables the accounting team to have all operational information – such as tickets, services, products, and time tracking – seamlessly synchronised in Xero.