Intuit Is Selling Its Largest Data Center
As a result of the deal, the software company, maker of Quickbooks, will incur an operating loss of as much as $85 million.
QuickBooks Online Powers Intuit Sales Surge
QBO subscribers rose 170,000 to 2.55 million in Q1 as Intuit capitalized on increased small business usage of the cloud.
Intuit Launches Small-Business Loan Service
The software company is aiming to leverage the data it collects from QuickBooks to make working-capital loans of up to $35,000.
Grasping the Concepts and Benefits of Cloud ERP
Forward-thinking organizations have already grasped the concepts and benefits of cloud enterprise resource planning software.
Growing Globally From Local Beginnings
For a company of any size looking to grow outside its borders, a global strategy is important to get right.
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 Manages a Big Accounting Change
The move to a recurring revenue model and the associated revenue recognition shift presented some challenges for the software company.
How CFOs of companies like Groupon and Wayfair kept explosive growth from overwhelming the business.
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.
How Well Do Banks Serve Small Businesses?
It's a matter of debate among observers of the banking and growth-company communities.