New York — As part of its ongoing strategy to service the CPA channel, Intuit Inc. has unveiled a new and integrated Accountant and Advisor Customer Council for Intuit Inc., 2004-2005.

Building on Intuit’s previous product-focused customer advisory councils, the 16-member panel will serve as the “voice” of the accounting profession to Intuit.

The group will meet regularly to obtain input from industry colleagues, serve as a sounding board for Intuit executives, and provide input to the company in developing future strategies, products and services.

“Accountants are a great source of information to us. They’ve made some significant and valuable contributions. That’s why we’re developing a centralized advisory council. It provides a venue to share their insights with one another and with Intuit,” said Rich Walker, director of Intuit accountant and advisor relations.

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