Xero is beautiful software that handles all of your business accounting functions from bank reconciliation and financial reporting to inventory tracking and payroll.
Xero for WooCommerce gives you the ability to set up automatic creation of invoices in Xero for ecommerce sales. After the module is installed and configured, each order placed in your WooCommerce store is securely sent to your Xero account to keep records up to date.
All product, shipping, discount, and tax data is sent to Xero. When payments are made, they are applied to the appropriate invoice to keep everything in balance.
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Key Features of the WooCommerce Xero
Check the box to have WooCommerce send invoices automatically to Xero when the status of the order is changed to ‘completed.’
Check the box to have WooCommerce send payment information to Xero when the status of the order is changed to ‘completed’ and after the invoice is sent. You may need to turn this off in case you synchronize payments in another way such as the PayPal to Xero integration.
Check this box to send the WooCommerce product SKU to Xero as an Item Code field. This will allow you to reduce inventory numbers defined in Xero when each item is sold. You must have a corresponding Inventory Item Setup in Xero for this to work properly. Please note that this is not an “Inventory Sync” as this will only reduce the existing quantity of inventory items in Xero when a corresponding item is sold. It will not synchronize your Xero and WooCommerce inventories if the inventory quantity is adjusted in either system.
Check the box for Orders with zero total to enable export of invoices for orders that have a grand total of zero
- Check the box for the Debug option to enable logging for this extension
- The log file is located at: /wc-logs/