At Thorne Widgery we go much further than other firms, by offering a unique online accountancy solution designed in partnership with leading software provider Xero specifically for schools, which makes the job of managing a school’s finances far simpler.
Cloud accounting with Xero and Thorne Widgery brings a number of benefits including:
- Straightforward fund and GAG accounting
- Designed to meet EFA’s requirements
- Bank feeds direct from your bank
- Powerful, accurate reporting
- Secure multi-user access
- Increased efficiency
- Backed up and secure at all times
- Regular automatic updates
- Quick and easy to correct posting errors
- Compliant with EFA legislation
Our solution is beautifully simple to use, reliable, fully supported by our talented team and completely cost effective for academies of all sizes.
But don’t take our word for it, this is what our academy clients using Xero have to say:
“Xero helps me give auditors the information they want. If I have any worries the team at Thorne Widgery are there to guide me through… the support is fantastic.”
“Very user-friendly. We recently took on new staff … our new recruit was able to just pick it up and use it… Xero is so easy to understand and intuitive.
“Compared to our previous system, Xero is clearer and easier to use, the screen layout is a lot more user friendly, the dashboard means everything is accessible and support is a lot easier to access.”
“Xero offers me working flexibility. As I live a long way from work I can do stuff at home on my laptop.
“Xero is easier than the previous system to get to grips with. The old system served a purpose but Xero is more accounting friendly.”
“I wasn’t happy with my previous system… there was no-one there to support me. I wanted a software system where I would get help and support. The team from TW were very patient. On-site training was good and they broke things down into small chunks so the information would sink in…. Just four weeks on I cannot believe how easy Xero is compared to the system we previously used.”