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XERO Chief Revenue Officer sets Key Note

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Immediate Release 07 May 2014

XERO Chief Revenue Officer sets Key Note

The Global Chief Revenue Officer Stuart McLean, for innovative accounting software company Xero, is in Palmerston North as the Key Note speaker at PKF Rutherfords Big Day Out this Friday May 9th.

Stuart was formerly Head of Google Enterprise in Australia and New Zealand and is now at the cutting edge of the expansion of Xero into the UK and US where recently Xero announced a strategic alliance with H & R Block the world’s largest consumer tax provider.

Established Manawatu chartered accountants & business advisors PKF Rutherfords have worked alongside Xero, ASB and Cloud HQ to host a one day conference on Pushing Forward IT.

“We’re seeing technology impacting our clients daily and so have put together a lineup of top notch speakers with the help of our sponsors including TV’s Dr Tom just to make sure we’ve got some balance” says Chris Lamb, Partner, PKF Rutherfords Palmerston North.

There’s even a conference app built on the revolutionary new app builder from Palmy’s own tech wizards Umajin with content designed by Jumprope and all put together in under a week. “This is a great example of technology in action” says Mr Lamb.

Event details:

Friday 9th May 2014: 9am-5pm

Awapuni Racecourse, Manawatu

The event is a private function.

- ENDS –

About PKF Rutherfords

In business in the Manawatu for more than 125 years, PKF Rutherfords are a private company based in Palmerston North, who are part of a global network of Independent Accounting Firms. More information is available at www.pkfr.co.nz

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