Intuit, the company behind the well-known QuickBooks cloud accounting system, has appointed Natira Drayton as its country manager and vice president for Australia.
With 470,000 Aussies employed in franchises, Intuit's "global Franchise Program" seeks to help Australian small businesses succeed" while helping Intuit "become the market leader in the next five years".
Proudly boasting of “a year of remarkable growth in 2017”, accounting software company Intuit has surpassed 100,000 local subscribers reflecting 89% growth – and wants to grow to No.1 in the market.
Nah mate, not needed. NBN Co has it all under control. ;=)
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