From Austria to Zimbabwe, small businesses globally for the first time can easily create localized invoices, pay bills and track expenses with the availability of QuickBooks Online, from Intuit Inc. (Nasdaq: INTU), the makers of QuickBooks and provider of connected services trusted by more than 60 million customers.
Small business owners no longer have to be the jack of all trades. They can be the jack of their own trade.
Small businesses can work smarter and more efficiently with the 2013 version of the best-selling QuickBooks® financial software from Intuit Inc.
Small businesses can master financial management and work more productively with QuickBooks Zen, the code name for the 2013 edition of QuickBooks for Mac® from Intuit Inc.
Intuit Inc. (Nasdaq: INTU), the No. 1 small business payroll provider in the U.S. with more than 1 million customers, now offers a free payroll app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch that simplifies paycheck calculations for new employers and small businesses that process payroll by hand.
With QuickBooks Point of Sale 2013, small business retailers can now use the latest mobile technology to maximize sales both in and out of the store without sacrificing the powerful tools they need to run their business.
Small businesses on the go want to focus on making sales not worry or waste time looking up local sales tax rates.
Intuit Inc.'s (Nasdaq: INTU) newly designed GoPayment card reader is now available for free at GoPayment.com.
Just four years ago, about 17 million people used products hosted on Intuit Inc. (Nasdaq: INTU) servers, contributing about half of the company’s revenue. Today, 45 million customers rely on Intuit’s connected services offerings, generating almost two-thirds of the company’s revenue – strong evidence of its rapid and successful transformation to a leading provider of cloud-based services.
Intuit Inc. (Nasdaq: INTU) brought innovation to life, spotlighting several newly announced products that reflect its commitment to make the business of life easier, and more efficient, while creating better financial outcomes for consumers and small businesses
Intuit Inc. (Nasdaq: INTU) today announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to purchase Demandforce, a San Francisco-based company that helps small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) thrive in the connected economy. Demandforce's software as a service, or SaaS, application is used by thousands of small businesses to automate marketing and customer communications, build and maintain a strong online reputation and raise their profile with local consumers.
Intuit Inc. is returning to San Jose, CA on Nov. 2 with its groundbreaking QuickBooks Connect conference. Last year, the inaugural event brought together nearly 4,000 entrepreneurs, small businesses, accounting professionals and developers in an immersive, inspiring and rewarding experience designed to help attendees take their businesses to the next level.
Intuit on Jan. 26 released a new integration for marketplaces using Stripe for payment processing, that will enable the growing number of on-demand workers – freelance drivers, delivery-people and other independent contractors – to automate tax reporting via the new QuickBooks Online Self-Employed product.
Price is the No. 1 driver of profitability in any business, but too often professional firms and accountants still enforce the outdated and flawed hourly billing method, driving away some of the best and brightest from the profession.
Intuit Inc. on Jan. 21 agreed to acquire ZeroPaper, a startup in Brazil that has created a money management solution for entrepreneurs and micro businesses. ZeroPaper’s focus on serving small businesses in Brazil will help accelerate Intuit’s entry into this large market.
The transaction helps Intuit establish itself in Brazil, the seventh-largest economy in the world with more than 16 million small businesses.