First Yodlee feeds have arrived

First Yodlee feeds have arrived

Automated bank feeds are one of the joys of using Xero with no manual imports to worry about, bank transactions are automatically brought into Xero for you to reconcile.

With our first release of Yodlee integrated bank feeds, we can now offer automated feeds for even more banks in Australia and these feeds will be even easier to set up. With no forms to fill out, youll be up and running in minutes.

Heres a list of the additional banks and financial institutions from which bank feeds will be possible into Xero from today:

  • St. George Bank
  • Bank of Queensland
  • BankSA
  • Suncorp
  • BankWest
  • Macquarie Bank

Over the next few weeks well be adding support for literally thousands of banks across Australia, the UK, Canada and the US.

Check out this video to see how easy it is to set up one of the new bank feeds.

We hope you find adding bank feeds really easy. Weve worked hard to hide the significant complexity behind the scenes to make these feeds as reliable and secure as we can. These new feeds use our secure banking integration environment, already approved for use by some of the largest banks in the region for direct bank feeds.

To learn more about how Yodlee works read one of our earlier posts. We are also releasing a new notifications inbox that provides an easy and convenient way to receive updates of any important changes in the status of your bank feeds.

Be sure to read our release notes for more details on the new feeds and a couple of other features weve added.

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  1. chandni Khot
    chandni Khot says:

    I am an MBA Finance graduate from Dublin Business School and currently looking out for opportunities here in Ireland in the Operations/ Finance teams/ tax teams at Yodlee.

    I have over 6.5 years of experience as an Analyst In the Senior Bank Debt Operations team at Goldman Sachs and as Team Lead in the Tax Compliance team at EY.

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