Intuit Inc. is reorganizing several of its executive staff around what it deems to be its global connected services strategy, mainly focused around serving U.S. and Canadian tax needs as well as expanding product offerings to small businesses around the world.
Intuit’s new structure becomes effective Aug. 1 in conjunction with the company’s new fiscal year. It includes six business units reporting to the chief executive officer, as well as the retirement of Kiran Patel, executive vice president and general manager of Intuit’s small business group and Alex Lintner, senior vice president and general manager of Intuit’s global business division. The work of their respective organizations will be assimilated into the new organizational structure.
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