Quickbooks provides both SaaS and installation on premise.
QuickBooks focuses on providing accounting software for small businesses and organizations with industry-specific needs.
Intuit QuickBooks is the moniker for a line of accounting software created by Intuit to assist small businesses with their finance and accounting needs. Since its creation, QuickBooks has mostly controlled the majority of its segment; during March 2008, QuickBooks had a 94.2 percent share of retail units in its category. Due to the popularity of QuickBooks, it has also spread internationally to Canada, Europe and India. Intuit QuickBooks fixes manual accounting errors, performs write-ups, organizes finances and supports customization through integration of outside applications such as Google Maps. In addition, QuickBooks provides 10 products in the United States alone, showcasing its diverse range of software.
Founded in 1983 and headquartered in Mountain View, Intuit is the largest developer of finance and accounting software for small businesses. QuickBooks is among the most well-known of Intuit’s offerings for being one of the first accounting software for small business owners with sparse accounting and financial knowledge.
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