How Starting At Zero Can Really Add Up
"We see a free product offering as a solid component of our financial strategy," writes Intuit CFO Neil Williams.
Intuit Completes Divestitures With QuickBase Sale
The software company sheds another non-core asset.
Intuit Finds Private-Equity Buyer for Quicken
H.I.G. Capital is confident the personal finance software, which was only a small part of Intuit's business, will thrive with increased investment.
Capital Allocation Principles Stand the Test of Time
Intuit CFO Neil Williams dissects the three broad components of capital allocation strategy.
Intuit to Sell Pioneering Quicken Program
The financial software is also divesting QuickBase and Demandforce so it can focus on its tax preparation products.
Intuit CFO: The Best Deals Flow From Strategy
Is there a magic potion to a successful inorganic growth strategy? No, but there are some general rules that lead to success.
Intuit CFO: A Difficult Message Calls for Special Delivery
When things go wrong, the natural reaction is to hide from investors. Don't, says Neil Williams, CFO of accounting software developer Intuit.
Intuit Reshapes Approach to Small Businesses
Intuit is integrating its software services and trying to get accountants around the world to help distribute its products. An interview with CFO Neil Williams.