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Five Questions for Intuit CEO Brad Smith

Posted by: Reena Jana on May 27, 2009


Intuit’s CEO and President Brad Smith will be visiting BusinessWeek’s New York headquarters on June 3. What questions do you have for him? The company posted strong 3rd quarter results last week. Smith has been Intuit’s leader since January of last year (he’d been at the company five years, and helmed each of Intuit’s major businesses in that time). Since assuming the corporation’s top spot, he has been focusing on small business products, worldwide growth, and tapping customers for inventive ideas. We’re looking forward to your questions. UPDATE: Please post your questions for Brad Smith on our new Five Questions For blog.

Reader Comments


May 28, 2009 4:48 PM

Intuit recently realigned the Accountant Edition and Professional Advisor program into the Accounting Professional segment. What market growth opportunities and plans for growth does Intuit have for Accounting Professional segment of business?

Lisa Holton

May 28, 2009 5:28 PM

Hi, Brad:

I'm a home-based business owner and a Mac user. Why no Quicken Home/Business for Mac?

Perry Greene

May 28, 2009 8:19 PM

Why did Intuit willing let 3rd party software companies write hooks into QuickBooks that did not comply with published coding standards for Windows XP? This goes all the way back to early this decade. The result - when Vista came out older verisons of QuickBooks would run (not a Microsoft issue). The resolution - upgrade to a new version - $$

Claire Chung

May 30, 2009 7:51 AM

In which geographical markets do you see the most growth potential for your business?

In emerging countries like China and India how can you be competitive against local companies that may launch "copy cat" software similar to those of your own brand.

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