Intuit retools Apps.com, ditches QuickBooks Online API fees

Summary:Previously, Intuit had developer connection fees for its QuickBooks Online API. The API provides access to Intuit's 500,000 QuickBooks Online subscribers.

Intuit on Tuesday made its QuickBooks Online application programming interface free in a move to garner more third party applications.

The move came along with a revamped Apps.com.

According to Intuit, the aim is to simplify the process of making third party applications on the QuickBooks platform.

Previously, Intuit had developer connection fees for its QuickBooks Online API. The API provides access to Intuit's 500,000 QuickBooks Online subscribers.

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As for Apps.com, the biggest change is a curated approach to surfacing applications as well as user content.

 

Topics: Enterprise Software

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