There are more companies advertising financial services during Super Bowl 50 than companies advertising beer. Ok, that may be because Budweiser bought the exclusive “beer rights” to the game, and there may be more Budweiser ads in total than financial services ads, but, still, this year marks a step upRead More
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To say Square and PayPal are important to American small business might be an understatement.
So when those two ventures’ integration into the accounting platform of choice for America’s small business — QuickBooks Online — falls short, the shortcoming deserves notice.
Intuit Labs, after a period of inactivity, is back at work.
Last week, Intuit announced it would acquire bill payment provider Check, formerly known as Pageonce, for $360 million. In the wake of the announcement, some industry watchers questioned why a company with Intuit‘s prodigious resources would need to pay a premium for capabilities it seems capable of developing in-house. ButRead More
Intuit‘s bid to boost its small-business payments appears to be stumbling. At the same time, however, Intuit’s experimental labs unit has resurfaced, and with great vigor. First, to payments. In Intuit’s earnings announcement Tuesday, the company’s president, Brad Smith, said that payments are in flux at the financial software company:Read More
TpSynergy recently launched its EDI for QuickBooks app, and it appears to be among the first apps to take QuickBooks into the realm of EDI. EDI, or electronic data interchange, is a technology standard that allows computer applications to “talk” to one another. The protocol is generally used for e-commerce,Read More
Was this a really bad week for Square? Square’s announcement that it had partnered with Intuit to share data between its points of sale and Quickbooks accounting systems was surprising because Intuit has its own competing dongle, and the companies compete for small business clients. Further, it seems likely thatRead More
What’s the next killer financial app? No one knows for sure, but the smart money is on it being built for platforms with lots of customers and many banking clients. Intuit qualifies. For the first time in its history, Intuit, maker of both consumer financial products and core banking software,Read More