Running a SaaS business and best practices
Special Guest Post by Joe Dennis, Intuit Group Product Manager Special contribution by Vishal Aggarwal, Intuit Senior Product Manager In a comment on a recent blog post, some questions were raised about moving from desktop-focused development to a SaaS-based model. We’re increasingly hearing these kinds of questions from developers who want to take advantage of […]
Partnerships, IPP + Windows Azure
When we started the Intuit Partner Platform, we had a pretty simple vision: To delight Small Businesses with an ecosystem of applications that solve lots of needs and work extremely well together. We set out to build a platform that would enable us to work with our partners to build more and better offerings for […]
IPP – Alterity's Story: From the Desktop to SaaS
It’s always exciting when a new app goes live on the Intuit Workplace App Center, and especially so when it is has been developed by a long-standing member of the Intuit Developer Network. Brian Sweat of Alterity had good conversation (full recording as an mp3 here) with Redmonk’s Michael Coté to talk about the new […]
IPP Podcast Now Available by Michael Cote (RedMonk) and Jeff Collins
This new RIA Weekly podcast talks about what IPP is, and the opportunity it represents for developers. Enjoy!
Announcing IPP V2.4 – More Than More Data!
The IPP team is excited to announce that IPP v2.4 is now live and available for IPP partners. Take advantage of the new and enhanced capabilities: access to more data, new configuration options for application Sign Up and Sign In (including more control over application invitation messaging), and additional click-stream analytics. Read all about it […]
Sleeter Group: IPP – What It Means for Intuit Consulting Communities
The Sleeter Group has published the second article of a two part series focusing on the Intuit Partner Platform (IPP). The first article compared the IPP and the "traditional" QuickBooks SDK. This second article explains the IPP offering, how developers can take advantage of it, and what it means to the Sleeter Group and Intuit consulting communities. The Sleeter Group […]
Announcing IPP Dev Voice – Enhancement Voting and Tracking System
I’ve been fortunate to speak with many of you over the last several months as the Intuit Partner Platform gains momentum. The progress we’ve made together in the last 90 days alone is ASTOUNDING! We released a new App Center with QuickBooks 2010 to let small business customers easily discover your great solutions; we’ve seen […]
Redefining Software Platforms – How PaaS changes the game for ISVs
The following is the introduction to a new 16-page report created by Phil Wainewright, “Redefining Software Platforms – How PaaS changes the game for ISVs”. The Table of Contents, information about the report and the author and a link to the report as .PDF can be found at the bottom of this blog post. Preparation […]
Sleeter Group: What is the IPP and how does it compare to the QuickBook SDK?
The Sleeter Group has published an interesting blog post (by Chuck Vigeant) comparing the Intuit Partner Platform (IPP) and the "traditional" QuickBooks SDK. We liked what Chuck had to say…here's a snippet: "[IPP] contains tools for database creation, programming, billing, usage metering, licensing procurement, security mechanisms, and even creates a listing for the product that […]
New Promo Video – Intuit Workplace App Center
Below is the new promo video for the Intuit Workplace App Center, featuring some of the great web apps that help Small Business owners boost their bottom line and get connected to a wider array of powerful online services. We'll be updating the video with other new apps as they come online, but this is […]