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
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.
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