Accounting

Xero API Integration

Xero is a cloud-based accounting software platform for small and medium-sized businesses. Via Codat’s Xero API integration you can access a wide range of accounting data types including Profit and Loss and Bank Transactions.

FAQs

How can I use a Xero integration?

The data produced by accounting packages, such as Xero, offers a highly contextual and valuable source of real-time information that can be used in isolation or alongside other data sources to power a wide range use cases across sectors, from lending and payments to SMB software.

How does a Xero integration work?

We provide consented access to the data found in your business customers’ Xero account via the official Application Programming Interface (API). Your customers control this access at all times and we never see their login credentials.

What data types are available to push and pull?

Codat supports the pushing and pulling of a wide range of data types from Xero, including Profit and Loss and Bank Transactions. To gain a full understanding of exactly which data sets are available, please visit our docs.

How does Codat enable integration with Xero?

With Xero supported by Codat’s universal API, clients building with Codat can access data from the software in the same standardised format as 18+ other accounting platforms that SMBs use. Simply start building with Codat for free today.

How long does it take to get started?

You can get up and running today via our Free Trial or Start-Up plans. Visit pricing to find out more.

Is the data secure?

Your customers’ data is held to the highest level of bank grade data security protocols and is encrypted end-to-end. Codat has passed all requisite penetration tests and is ISO27001, SOC 2, and GDPR compliant.

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