Infotech Lead America: Intuit, a small business financer and developer of financial management products has realigned its organizational structure for better focus on long term growth.
Intuit is focusing on providing financial solutions to do the nations’ taxes in the U.S. and Canada. The restructuring of management will help the company focus on their core business to capitalize on the long-term growth opportunities in North America and around the world.
Effective Aug. 1 in conjunction with the company’s new fiscal year, the organizational restructuring includes six go-to-market business units reporting to the chief executive officer.
The company announced the retirement of Kiran Patel, executive VP and GM of Intuit’s Small Business Group and Alex Lintner, senior VP and GM of Intuit’s Global Business Division, after the end of the fiscal year.
Dan Wernikoff will be Senior VP and GM of Small Business Financial Solutions. This new global division includes financial management solutions, such as QuickBooks, Intuit Payments Solutions and the Intuit Partner Platform.
Dan Maurer will be senior VP and GM of Small Business Management Solutions, a new global division that will concentrate on portfolio of adjacent small business services, including Employee Management Solutions and Demandforce. Maurer will also manage Intuit’s Quickbase business.
Sasan Goodarzi will serve as the senior VP and GM of Intuit’s Consumer Tax division.
Barry Saik will serve as VP and GM of the Consumer Ecosystem, a new division focused on solving important consumer problems.
Jill Ward will continue to serve as senior VP and GM of the Accounting Professionals Division, with added global responsibilities.
Cece Morken will remain senior VP and GM of Intuit Financial Services, a division that manages consumer and small business financial problems by offering online banking solutions for the financial institutions that serve them.
Last year Intuit introduced QuickBooks Online – a business and financial management software for SMBs in India and a pilot program called ‘Intuit Pay’ for SMBs in U.K that enables them to receive to accept credit or debit card payments on the spot. The company also added new features to its GoPayment mobile payment app to make it easy for owners of SMBs to use it on their smartphones and tablets.
Earlier this month, Atlanta based small business financing company Kabbage partnered with Intuit to use Quickbooks data and extend its reach to offline businesses.