TechnologyAccounting SoftwareQuickbooks preparing to go on the phone

Quickbooks preparing to go on the phone

Developer at mobile phone based accounting software for Asia

Intuit, developer of small business software, is reportedly working on a
version of its core product Quickbooks to be used on mobile phones.

According to reports from Silicon Valley Intuit intends the phone-based
Quickbooks to be made available to small businesses in Asia.

Silicon Valley’s radio station
KLIV
says the bare-bones mobile version of Quickbooks is aimed at distribution across
India, Malaysia, South Korea and seven other Asian countries where the company
estimates a market of 250 million small business owners.

Go to
Intuit
for more on the company in the UK

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