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    Thanks for your continued engagement with us on this idea, everyone. We understand there are many different ways business work and conduct business with customers, and that you need more flexibility in the way you manage and receive payments for invoices with Xero. While pockets of research have been done in the past we’re getting a fresh lens and conducting a broader piece of discovery to deeply analyse and understand where our efforts could be focused in this space to alleviate existing hurdles in receiving payments for majority of Xero users. We’d like to open the invite to be a part of our teams research pool, where you’d get the chance to share more on the importance of managing payments for your business. This may involve being interviewed, or helping answer questions through short surveys or questionnaires. 

    ✍️ If this is something you’d like to be a part of, please …

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    Mark Bailey commented  · 

    This is actually really poor from Xero. Im going to leave because it is now the only accounting software of any note that doesn't have a facility for deposits request as standard. Deposits aren't unusual and in fact in many sectors it is the norm. The lack of functionality seems to reflect a lack of commercial experience/acumen by the Xero Team/Corporation. I am sure most customers would give this a wide-berth if they realised before purchase that this wasn't a standard feature. It seems there is a complete reliance by Xero on locking customers into Xero rather than product innovation and development. Going back to Quickbooks

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