Thursday, May 18, 2017 – Makati — Ten Elleven Manila Inc. officially launched JuanTax, the first ever Philippine-based tax software at the Makati Sports Club. The event was deemed a success attended by over 200 accountants, bookkeepers and startup owners present at the event.
An Introduction to Xero
Starting things off was a keynote from Christian Antono, Account Manager for Xero Asia. He discussed the basic struggles that most accountants face in today’s world, especially in managing cashflow.
Christian also discussed the benefits that Xero can bring to help improve the lives of firms and startups, that is through fast reconciliation of transactions with the help of real-time bank feeds, digital invoicing and effortless forecasting of financial reports.
He also provided a live demo on how users can easily digitize transaction documents and import those documents into Xero accounting software.
Next to Xero is Juan
Marvin Galang, CEO of Ten Elleven made the official announcement for JuanTax, a tax software that was designed to help businesses on digitally filing local taxes such as Value Added Tax (VAT), percentage tax, and expanded withholding tax. He also mentioned that with JuanTax, users “don’t need to fall in line” just to file and pay taxes.
Marvin also provided a live demonstration on how users can get started with JuanTax in just 3 easy steps:
1. Connect with Xero
2. Use Xero properly, and
3. Generate report in Juan Tax.
Redefining the Accounting Practice
From left: Mark Pineda (Scrubbed.net), Christian Antono (Xero), Jefferson Simon (MV&Co.) and Marvin Galang (Ten Elleven, JuanTax)
Marvin sat down with a panel of speakers, including Christian Antono, Scrubbed.net President Mark Pineda, and Maceda Valencia & Co. ESSS Senior Manager, Jefferson Simon to discuss how today’s technology is changing the game for most CPA firms in the Philippines.
The panelists also shared their thoughts when asked on what advice they could share to their audiences in order to become successful in using Xero and embracing technology.
For Jefferson, he believes that the “technology shift” is like a bandwagon that would move enterprises forward, stating that “if you don’t ride this bandwagon, then you’ll get left behind”.
He also mentioned Xero as the technology that will pave the way for “the new era of accounting”, and that “competition will be stiff” so what better way to win against competitors is for a business to adapt change.
Mark also shared his insights, saying that “It’s about time for the Philippines to embrace technology, since not only it would make life easier for all, but it’s also good for the economy.”
While Christian encourages guests to never fear using the newest technologies around, as he stated:
“Don’t be afraid to ask. Talk to us ‘cause we’re always willing to help especially when it comes to things that involves Xero.”
A Chance to Build Connections
Audiences at the event got the chance to meet with speakers and panelists, as well as build connections with other accountants and business owners.
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