Author: Emily Silberstein

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November 16, 2017 | Emily Silberstein

Disruptive Business Models

At the Intuit Developer group, our lifeblood is developers creating awesome solutions for QuickBooks customers. When we spend time with our small business (SMB) customers, we see that one of their biggest barriers to app adoption is the resistance to signing up for yet another monthly bill... Read more

March 15, 2016 | Emily Silberstein

Intuit Financial Data APIs (CAD) Update

Financial data aggregation is important to Intuit products and third-party applications alike. However, as Intuit hones our focus on our core products, we have recognized that providing aggregation to 3rd -party developers no longer fits with our core growth strategy. So that we can prioritize support for developer contributions that directly enhance the QuickBooks platform, we have decided to discontinue the Financial Data APIs (formerly known as CAD)... Read more

February 9, 2016 | Emily Silberstein

Financial Data APIs: duplicate transaction fix

We are testing a new fix to solve for duplicate transactions in our Financial Data APIs. A small number of banks are having duplicate transaction issues caused by changes the bank makes to the transaction after it's initially posted. As we looked across the Intuit ecosystem on how to handle this thorny issue, we found our colleagues working on bank data down under (Australia) had pioneered a fix that we're eager to try out with our developers... Read more