TechnologyAccounting SoftwareIntuit appoints former Sage exec as MD

Intuit appoints former Sage exec as MD

Intuit brings in Richard Bee to replace Susan Lazareff as UK MD in surprise move

Former Sage
executive Richard Bee has been appointed as UK managing director of Intuit,
the financial software business, replacing former incumbent Susan Lazareff.

Lazareff had only held the role for about 18-months, making Bee’s appointment
something of a surprise.

At Sage, Bee led the customer relationship management solutions business. He
will focus developing Intuit’s
Quickbooks
software, including its payroll products.

‘Unlike our competitors
Intuit has grasped the
need for software that makes excellent financial management easy to achieve and
an enabler for growth and innovation,’ said Bee.

Further results:

Sage shares surge on Intuit results

Firms spoilt for choice as software vendors battle for
accountants’ loyalty

Technology:Growth complex

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