Intuit, Salesforce.com Team Up to Target Small Businesses

Intuit and Salesforce.com are teaming up to take more small businesses to the cloud.

The two companies on Friday are set to announce a partnership that marries Intuit’s accounting software for small businesses with Salesforce.com’s sales-automation offerings–-all handled over the Web, or in the cloud, as many industry executives put it these days.

They plan to offer a Web-based application based on Salesforce.com technology that will be sold through Intuit’s App Center for users of QuickBooks, a program used to manage the finances of 4.5 million small businesses, Intuit said.

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