INTUIT TAPS HALVORSEN AS CTOTax and financial software provider Intuit remained "in-house" in filling the role of chief technology officer: Per-Kristian Halvorsen, who previously worked as the company's chief innovation officer, and who has served as acting CTO since September, has been elevated to the post on a permanent basis.

Halvorsen listed increasing revenues, broadening Intuit's customer base and satisfaction, easier product use, and a higher return on product development investments as his strategic directives.

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