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Company Working to Improve Financial Outcomes for Entrepreneurs
Smith will sign the White House’s Small Business Supplier Financing Pledge, committing Intuit to taking active steps to lower the working capital costs of small business suppliers. Ten percent of Intuit’s suppliers are small businesses. As part of this commitment, Intuit agrees to pay its small business suppliers within 10 days of receiving an invoice, putting more money, more quickly into their bank accounts.
“Whether it’s our products or initiatives like today’s roundtable, Intuit is committed to providing small businesses with the resources and tools they need to improve their financial lives,” said Smith. “Cash flow is important to small businesses. We want to simplify that for them.”
Providing Tools for Small Businesses Success
“The exciting part about being a company that has been serving small businesses for more than 20 years is that we know what it takes to grow and evolve," said Smith. “Today, with our open platform, that growth is being dramatically accelerated. Developers are working every day to add new apps to make it even easier for small business owners to rise to the next level.”
In the past two months, Intuit has announced major integrations with global cloud-based leaders such as Vend (point-of-sale), ZenPayroll (employee payroll), and Lettuce (inventory management).
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About Intuit Inc.
Founded in 1983, Intuit had revenue of $4.2 billion in its fiscal year
2013. The company has approximately 8,000 employees with major offices
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