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  • 6 steps to streamline any business workflow

    It’s not uncommon to experience delays in a business, only to be slapped with the phrase, “That’s how we have always done it.” While some tasks need to follow a specific process, you will agree that other processes are complicated for no good reason. Streamlining business workflow is important in eliminating delays, lowering risks of […]

  • 3 free online learning resources for developers

    At what point can developers sit back and relax, confident they are on top of their game? Never. Albert Einstein said, “The more I learn, the more I realize how much I don’t know.” This is a universal truth that strongly resonates with the developer community. As witnesses of, and participants in, technology’s constant advancement, […]

  • ADA Anniversary: 30 years of preparation for COVID-19

    Thirty years ago on July 26, 1990, members of Congress and President George H.W. Bush signed into law the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which aimed to make workplaces more accessible. While the legislation led to tangible benefits such as sidewalk ramps, it also triggered a shift from adaptation to accessibility-first design. Sidewalk ramps — […]

  • What's new in QuickBooks Online: July 2020

    The weather’s hot, but we’ve got plenty of cool updates designed to make your work easier—so you can get it done and have plenty of time left over to enjoy all your favorite summer activities. Customizable email address for receipt and bill forwarding In a nutshell: Getting receipts and bills into QuickBooks® is fast and easy; […]

  • How Intuit and Ekos are powering prosperity in the craft beverage industry

    What do Ekos, the developer of a leading management software solution for craft producers, and Intuit® have in common? They believe in powering prosperity for small businesses, their software is designed to meet the specific needs of their users, and Ekos and Intuit QuickBooks are, according to Ekos’s Director of Strategic Partnerships Landon Funsten, “must-have […]

  • "Teams" feature in Developer portal is live

    We understand that times are more than a little unsettled these days, but here at Intuit, we are working to improve the tools that you use to deliver benefits to your customers! Today, we’re announcing that the much awaited “Teams” feature is now available in the Developer portal. We started this journey in November 2019 […]

  • How to justify your social media ad budget to your boss

    Are you part of the marketing team at a startup app company? Perhaps you ARE the team. If so, today’s discussion on why you should budget for social media advertising (and how to justify it to your boss) is for you. Meeting your marketing objectives with social media advertising Using social media to get your […]

  • Alert: Support for IE11 deprecating on September 8, 2020 for Authorization screens

    Editor’s note: This article was updated with new information on Aug. 6, 2020. The new deprecation date is September 8, 2020. An important change is coming to browsers when you use OAuth2 for authorizing the QuickBooks Online and/or QuickBooks Payments companies. This is an extension of the details that were shared on the below blogs […]

  • What's new in QuickBooks Online: June 2020

    Welcome to another “What’s new in QuickBooks Online,” our ongoing series of new features and improvements. Intuit Developers should review this content to be more aware of the latest enhancements to QuickBooks Online. Just because the sun is out longer and you can work from your patio doesn’t mean you should be working more hours. […]

  • Lessons learned leading AI teams

    Happy International Women in Engineering Day! This day holds special meaning to me. As an Intuit Data Science Leader, as well as a Women in Data Science (WiDS) Tel Aviv ambassador (2018-2020), I appreciate the opportunity to share a bit about my personal journey, as well as the lessons I’ve learned leading artificial intelligence (AI) […]