Intuit QuickBooks is committed to powering business success by delivering best-in-class products and services through its connected ecosystem to SMBs and the accountants who serve them.
As Intuit continues to build its robust fintech platform with game-changing money capabilities for small businesses, it has expanded its team with the addition of Michelle Gill as its new Senior VP of the Intuit QuickBooks Money Platform.
As a new QuickBooks leader, Michelle’s first priorities will be to understand the vital role accountants play in supporting their small business clients and to get their feedback on how the QuickBooks Money platform can be improved.
Gill says engaging with the accounting community is a top priority to help determine the best approach to improving the QuickBooks Money platform overall. “We want to continue innovating within the platform to find creative solutions for the toughest challenges that small businesses are facing today. Accountants have a unique and invaluable perspective to share about these hurdles, and that needs to be heard to help achieve our shared goal of driving small business success.”
One of the pain points Michelle and her team seek to address is cash flow through accelerated payments to vendors. At a time when most companies are suspending net zero payment terms or extending payment terms to 60, 90 and even 120 days, Intuit is doubling down by committing to pay small and diverse suppliers within 10 days of receipt of an invoice.
Accordingly, Intuit has joined the US Chamber of Commerce’s newly launched Prompt Pay Pledge, reinforcing its commitment to paying small business suppliers quicker to help America’s small businesses manage their capital and maintain a healthy cash flow.
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