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August 16, 2013 | admin

Connecting with the Intuit Partner Platform Team

Over the last 2 weeks or so, developers have: called my cell phone, invited me to a meeting via my personal email address, sent me messages via LinkedIn, and even sent a message via my about.me page. I didn’t even know the last one was even possible. Even though, I….. Read more

August 6, 2013 | admin

Do you Target Small Business?

If you target small businesses, which most of you do, then you must watch this video. The information is useful and demonstrates how to work with the small business world. http://player.vimeo.com/video/54076835 There is about 30 min of presentation and 20 min of questions... Read more

July 23, 2013 | admin

QuickBooks API V3 – New Entities Released

Today marks an exciting point in the development of the QuickBooks V3 API. The Intuit Partner Platform launched a new set of entities.  The use of the API is still restricted to Early Adopters and is on track for a public release later this year... Read more

June 21, 2013 | admin

Application is Live – V3 Early Adopter Program

I am excited to announce that the Application is now live for the V3 Early Adopter Program Before you start the application make sure you know which entities and other methods you need for your integration. Start V3 Early Adopter Application If….. Read more

May 3, 2013 | admin

Enjoy The Refreshments

Hey there. We wanted to update you about the new site you’re looking at today –and wanted to share what’s been going on here so bear with us as we take you on the journey we’ve been on… Picture this: one day you get an invitation to go to a….. Read more

May 1, 2013 | admin

Scaling New Heights Tech Track

Sign up and join us for our inaugural tech track at Scaling New Heights in June: https://developer.intuit.com/page/SNHTechTrack We look forward to seeing you there!   Best, Intuit Partner Platform team….. Read more

April 23, 2013 | admin

Guidance on managing your customer attrition and billing

We are sharing some guidance here to make sure you don’t incur unnecessary overhead fees when you have customer attrition. As a reminder, Intuit charges developers $5.00 per month for each Connect to QuickBooks (OAuth) connection made. You can read more details on that here. Customers can stop paying for a variety of reasons including:….. Read more