Intuit Announces the Launch of QuickBooks 2005

Intuit Inc. recently introduced 22 new and enhanced products and services as part of its 2005 QuickBooks(r) lineup.

Building on over a decade of small business software leadership, Intuit focused this year's lineup on the most important aspects of running a small business - getting up and running, paying employees, getting paid and deepening insight into business performance.

The 2005 product line demonstrates the QuickBooks commitment to provide solutions that are right for a company's size and business across a broad range of industries, as well solutions that go beyond accounting. Included are:

  • QuickBooks 2005 - QuickBooks 2005 is the flagship product in the line of small business offerings.
  • QuickBooks Payroll Services
  • QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions
  • QuickBooks Point of Sale
  • QuickBooks: Premier Accountant Edition

All QuickBooks products and services will be available as of November 22, 2004.

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