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Combining with Xero
Not your average partner programme
Tidy Partners are independent consultants who help clients to identify the best software solution for their business. They help clients with the initial set-up, and provide initial and ongoing training as required. Tidy informs Partners about developments and provides ongoing training to ensure that every Tidy Partner provides the best possible support to implement and use Tidy software effectively. Tidy Start is the programme that clarifies the expectations of the relationship.
Work with usBecome a Tidy Start partner
Starting in the cloud
Save timeWork from anywhere, from any device at any time. No time spent traveling at peak times. No time spent entering data more than once. No time spent updating software and server capabilities. No time spent informing people in other locations - real-time information is available around the globe.
Save moneyCloud computing allows immediate access to cutting edge software solutions without upfront investment. Small businesses have access to the same software solutions as big companies. Data is securely stored in the cloud, there's no need to maintain costly company servers; no money spent on space, power and hardware upgrades.
FlexibilityIf your business is seasonal or demands quick changes, cloud based software is easily adjusted. Upscale and downsize at any time, work from various locations and devices at any time of the day. Growing your business does not require a large up-front investment into your IT infrastructure. Your team can update data on site, individually or in bulk. Ease and flexibility are major advantages of cloud computing.
Be secureCompany data is continuously backed up, and won't be affected by storms, earthquakes, fires or theft. Cyber security is safe guarded by professionals and does not rely on individuals manually backing up data or extending the subscription to a firewall. Your data is less susceptible to human error.
Stay in the loop
Be kept informed of the latest improvements and news from Tidy.