Friday, Feb 08 2013
News and Analysis
Xero is integrating its financial application with time tracking and invoicing software from Harvest, a New York City-based cloud vendor. It is part of a steady stream of extensions of functionality via acquisition or integrations added by New Zealand-based Xero over the last year. The acquisitions include practice management company, Max Solutions Holding, and Australian online payroll company, PayCycle, while the integrations include links to Bill.com, Automatic Data Processing.
Harvest provides a series of tiered pricing plans for its customers. The Solo Harvest plan, starts at $12 per month for one user and goes up to three users with the additional users $10 per month each. Solo offers unlimited clients, projects and invoicing. Starting with five users for $49 per month, the Basic plan adds Timesheet Approval and up to five more users at the same additional rate. For $99 per month, the Business plan has the same capabilities, but starts with 10 users and unlimited users can be added for $10 per month each.
Last modified on Sunday, 16 June 2013