Los Angeles (June 11, 2000) -- Intuit parlayed the opening session of the California Society of CPAs’ annual conference into a coming-out party for its Professional Accounting Solutions, an umbrella unit focusing on the 224,000 accounting professionals who either use Intuit products or work with clients who do.

As opening day keynote speaker, Intuit founder and chief executive Scott Cook detailed a long list of enhancements Intuit recently added or plans to add to its flagship QuickBooks accounting software, and noted that many of the changes were based on observations and input from accounting professionals over the past year.  Those changes include the introduction of vertical industry editions of QuickBooks and a report writer function.

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