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Intuit case study

Intuit Expands Development Platform, Brings Cloud Apps to Millions of Small Businesses.

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In 2009, Intuit launched the Intuit Partner Platform (IPP) to help developers build software-as-a-service applications that integrate with data in QuickBooksthe popular financial software. In 2010, to make it easier for IPP developers to create scalable cloud-based applications, Intuit combined IPP with the capabilities of the Windows Azure platform in a partnership with Microsoft. The company also released the Windows Azure Software Development Kit for the Intuit Partner Platform. Now, developers quickly produce applications using the familiar technology of the Windows Azure environment and market them to millions of customers through the Intuit App Center. Customers benefit from one-stop shopping for an increasing selection of applicationssoon including the Microsoft Business Productivity Online Standard Suitethat can be combined to create end-to-end solutions.

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