Forbes magazine recently referred to Intuit as a 30 year old startup for the culture that it has in bringing new ideas to impact.

Folks at Intuit are driven to improve small businesses' financial lives across the world so profoundly that they can’t imagine going back to the old way of doing things. Marching with this purpose, Intuit folks build financial software such as Quicken, QuickBooks and several others that are loved and recommended by millions of customers in the US. Very recently QuickBooks was made available in India to delight small business customers here.  

With its ubiquity, mobile phones have introduced a fundamental shift in the behavior of users and small businesses world over. Many of small businesses are running their entire business from a mobile. Keeping in tune with this change Intuit is trying to reimagine how solutions can be built with a mobile first thinking. An example is SNAP Tax which lets a user use a cellphone camera to scan in their tax deduction form and for simple returns, file taxes straight from the device.

Android is a key mobile platform amongst smartphone platform in the market and Intuit has several applications developed on the Android platform. Last year engineers from Intuit India Development Center attended Droidcon India and were quite blown away to be part of the largest Android developer conference in this side of the world. This prompted us to support the conference as a sponsor this year.

We would love to share & learn from other droid attendees; feel free to talk to us at our stall at Droidcon. You will also find it easy to recognize us in Intuit blue t-shirts inside the conference halls. You can find some of us on Twitter as well @mtrajan, @sdaas, @madhavn, @pranayairan , @gkrishnan            

Intuit IDC was also ranked as the #8 great places to work in India 2012 by GPTW India & Economic times and is also ranked as Fortune #1 most admired Software Company in the world.

 This is a sponsored blog post from Intuit