You’ve got your app built, tested, and vetted with customers. You know you’ve got a great solution that accountants and small business owners will love! But how do you get it in front of those customers so they can find it when they need it? Your next step is to publish your app on the QuickBooks App Store at Apps.com (which also puts your app in the Apps tab within QuickBooks Online itself).
Congratulations! If you are reading this post, you plan on using the QuickBooks Online REST API v3 to seamlessly connect your app to QuickBooks Online (QBO) data and publish it on Apps.com. (If you aren’t, you may be missing out on the huge opportunity for developers in the small business market.) Think of this post as being your comprehensive guide to getting your small business solution in front of millions of QuickBooks users, and a network of over 100,000 QuickBooks ProAdvisors.
Last August, we announced that the itDuzzit cloud integration platform was acquired by Intuit. In the months since the acquisition, the itDuzzit team has been hard at work integrating itDuzzit technology into Intuit’s stack. Internally, Intuit teams have been using itDuzzit for strategic integrations, innovation experiments, and many other initiatives. Now we’re ready to announce […]