Archive: Sep 2013

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Getting Started with QuickBooks API

One feedback we have got is that getting started with QuickBooks development can at times be daunting. Ever since the release of the new developer.intuit.com in May, we have been successively improving the information available to developers by consolidating the information in one place, introducing an efficient search and improving the app management area.  In this continuation of our efforts to simplify your development experience, we have prepared a guide to better explain the QuickBooks development landscape and the first steps… Read more

 September 27, 2013 | admin

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For Developers By Developers

We love to see developers working with and helping other developers, which is one of the main reasons why support stackoverflow.  Even more interesting is a group a IPP developers who meet once a month, on the first Tuesday of every month to discuss IPP, what they are working on and problems they need help with.  This is a great resource for you to join the developer community to hear about and meet fellow developers who are integrating with Intuit. Read more

 September 27, 2013 | admin

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Harmony and you

About 12 weeks ago, at Scaling New Heights, during our developer tech track, we introduced you to the concept of “harmony”. For those of you that were not at our developer track, “harmony” is essentially the unification of our Intuit product experiences. Across products, platforms, and devices. As you can imagine, this is going to affect you, and your customers. So we want to keep you in the loop with the latest information regarding these… Read more

 September 23, 2013 | David Leary

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Opportunity to reach Accountants and QuickBooks Pro Advisors

As many of you know, accountants have a huge influence on which apps their clients choose to use. Getting your app in front of this very influential audience, could determine how successful your app is on Apps.com On September 24th-26th 2013, the Intuit Accounting Professionals Virtual Conference takes place. There will be 4000 attendees, which equates out to about 1.2 million small business. I’m not sure what other marketing efforts you have planned, but… Read more

 September 6, 2013 | David Leary