Meet the 2023 fall cohort of the Intuit Developer Growth Program

At Intuit, our mission is to power prosperity around the world. This is why we’re committed to finding new ways to help app developers grow their business while providing them with the best tools and support to create innovative applications to meet the needs of small to medium-sized companies as well as accountants.

Today we’re excited to announce that after the successful pilot of the Developer Growth Program, we are fully launching the program with 5 QuickBooks app developers that make up our new fall cohort. The program is designed to help app developers succeed with more than 5.9 million small businesses around the world that run on the QuickBooks Online platform. Our objectives for the program include helping developers maximize their marketing impact, connect with more customers, and increase their app revenue.

The fall cohort is participating in the program for the next five months and each developer will work closely with the Intuit Developer group to identify and test growth opportunities. During that time, the cohort will have access to an exclusive network of accountants, UX experts, solution architects, and go-to-market managers, as well as the opportunity to gain increased visibility within our QuickBooks and developer communities. They’ll also have the opportunity to become members of the Intuit Developer Council after they “graduate”.

Meet our cohort

The apps participating in our new cohort focus on solving problems for QuickBooks customers, as well as accountants and their clients. Below are app summaries from our cohort, where they describe their app’s functionality in their own words. A link to their app listings in the QuickBooks App Store is also provided:

A2X for Amazon, Shopify, eBay, and more: ​​Correctly accounting for e-commerce is challenging due to high volumes of transactions across different sales channels, countries, currencies, and taxes. This is where A2X comes in! A2X accurately automates e-commerce accounting for Amazon, Shopify, eBay, Etsy, Walmart, BigCommerce, and multi-channel sellers around the world—helping them save hours while increasing financial visibility so they can focus on growth and profitability.

ApprovalMax: ApprovalMax makes it easy for QuickBooks users to build robust financial controls across accounts payable and accounts receivable functions. The integration makes it easy to approve purchase orders, bills, and invoices without relying on paper and email approvals. Join over 11,000 global businesses benefiting from ApprovalMax for enhanced financial controls, fraud prevention, audit trails, paperless operations, and swift approvals.

Client Hub: Client Hub is an all-in-one practice management platform for accounting professionals. Our solution is designed to help them manage client communications and tasks, secure file sharing, and eliminate missed deadlines by tracking both their internal and external workflow. Our QuickBooks Online integration makes it easy for accountants to get answers from their clients about uncategorized transactions. Client Hub is built by accountants for accountants.

Dext Prepare: Streamline invoicing, expense management, and reporting. Dext Prepare automatically collects invoices, receipts, and bills from over 1,400 suppliers and uses Superior Optical Character Recognition for paper digitization. Trusted by 700K+ businesses worldwide, it’s the accounting assistant for business growth.

VERIFYiQ: Automate File Reviews: VERIFYiQ is an accounting practice management solution. Our quality control tools enable on and off-shore bookkeepers to run self-reviews to identify and correct 80% of the most common bookkeeping errors, reducing valuable reviewer time. Our sales enablement tools allow firms to get a snapshot of the volume of transactions and the condition of a prospect’s books in a 2-minute, white-labeled web experience.

Meet our panelists

Special thanks to QuickBooks ProAdvisors Jeff Wilson and Helina Patience, and to Jacint Tumacder, a QuickBooks Online subject matter expert with Intuit. All three are participating in the program to provide guidance and feedback from an accountant perspective:

Jeff Wilson II, CPA/PFS, CGMA, CFE, CDFA, serves as the principal of The W2 Group, LLC, an advisory & accounting firm. He is the CEO of the application GovieRates.com and Family Law Forensic Accountants. With over 9 years of experience as a ProAdvisor, he has established his firm as a trusted partner to clients by driving profitability and efficiency through data insights. Jeff has been honored as a “40 Under 40 CPA” by CPA Practice Advisor Magazine and received the 2023 Outstanding Young CPA Award from the American Institute of CPAs.

Helina Patience, CPA, CMA, with Entreflow Consulting Group, has more than 15 years of global experience in finance and HR across many industries, predominantly technology and manufacturing. After working as a financial analyst at Lululemon Athletica, she founded Entreflow Consulting Group, a cloud accounting CPA public practice, licensed recruitment agency, and management consulting firm that accelerates small business growth. With a team of 20, Entreflow supports businesses across Canada in accounting, fractional CFO, HR, and software implementation. She is a QuickBooks Platinum Level ProAdvisor and a mentor for CPABC, Futurpreneur, and the Forum for Women Entrepreneurs.

Jacint Tumacder, a solutions engineer with Intuit, has 30 years of experience working with small businesses and accountants, and collaborating with developers to build state-of-the-art applications for the fintech market. He has been working with QuickBooks since its early days in the market, first as a member of the original QuickBooks support team, then later as a product manager. He now dedicates his time to working directly with app partners to build better solutions together.

For questions about this program and how to participate in future programs such as these, please visit our developer forums.