Mazars opens up Xero solution to members firms worldwide

15 March 2024 2 min. read

Following a successful collaboration in several regions, Mazars is now rolling out the Xero solution to its member firms in 100+ countries around the world.

Mazars, a global audit, tax and advisory firm, has signed a three-year global framework agreement with Xero, one of the leading providers of accounting technology solutions.

Using the Xero platform, advisors at Mazars can benefit from real-time financial data, enriched insights, and more insightful reporting, enabling them to offer better and faster support to their clients. Meanwhile, the Xero platform facilitates collaboration between Mazars employees.

Mazars opens up Xero solution to members firms worldwide

Xero has around 3.5 million subscribers worldwide, who use the system for accounting, payroll, workforce management, expenses and projects, among others.

Commenting on the expanded availability of the Xero platform across the Mazars network, partner and leader of the firm’s business services division in Australia, Christopher Cicutto said: “Our top priority is to provide efficient solutions and excellent service to our clients.”

‘Given the mounting pressures on businesses and the evolving business landscape, delivering support and advice through the Xero platform leverages our exceptional expertise worldwide. As a result, clients can make critical decisions more swiftly and confidently as they propel their growth plans and future proof their businesses.”

Ashley Grech, Chief Revenue Officer at Xero said: “We’re excited to take our relationship with Mazars to the next level, and this new global framework can deliver greater value from Xero to Mazars member firms and their clients. We look forward to working alongside Mazars to continue delivering an exceptional experience as they expand into new and developing markets and help other member firms to experience the benefit of our offering.”

Mazars has more than 50,000 professionals globally and revenues of around €2.8 billion. The firm will later this year receive a major boost in North America when it merges its US practice with counterpart Forvis.