Intuit Acquires itDuzzit: Syncing Data Between Cloud Apps Gets Easier

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  2014-08-13 | by avigolan

I have very good news – Intuit has acquired itDuzzit!

As you may know, itDuzzit is a cloud-centric integration platform that offers tools and pre-built integration solutions for hundreds of web-based and mobile applications.

Beyond purchasing the technology, we are really happy to welcome itDuzzit’s two founders– Joe Dennis and Steve Mendoza to Intuit. Joe and Steve created the core technology that makes it simple and fast to sync data between cloud applications – connecting apps in minutes.

itDuzzit’s sophisticated rules-based engine really set them apart from the competition, and their technology benefits the entire QuickBooks Online ecosystem: third-party developers, accountants and small businesses.  This acquisition brings us closer to achieving our mission of helping every small business app connect to the QuickBooks platform.

The itDuzzit technology allows multiple audiences to create sophisticated integrations with very little coding required.  With their technology combined with the range of QuickBooks platform services we already offer, the breadth and depth of integrations our partners can build will grow tremendously.

I’m excited about what we can offer developers as a result of this transaction.  The Intuit and itDuzzit teams are already collaborating to fold the technology into the Intuit Partner Platform.  We look forward to sharing more about the itDuzzit roadmap in the coming months and hope you will join us at QuickBooks Connect to learn more.

 Avi Golan
VP and GM, Intuit Partner Platform


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Karl Irvin | 2014-08-16

Is a great product. But it can be used for more than syncing data between cloud applications.

I worked on a itDuzzit project last year. itDuzzit downloads Big Commerce shopping cart transactions and Authorize.net credit card transactions automatically every night.

itDuzzit puts the downloaded transactions in a Dropbox folder which transfers them to a Dropbox folder on the clients desktop computer.

On the desktop, there is a program that transfers the transactions from the Dropbox folder to QuickBooks Enterprise. In this case, QuickBooks Enterprise is hosted on cloud 9 but it doesn’t have to be.

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