The mobile products introduced by the company include a free text based service which provides time critical information to the Indian farmers so they can optimize their product as per produce and market conditions.
US based finance software firm, Intuit is looking to expand its operation in India. The company is already providing varied India specific apps.
The mobile products introduced by the company include a free text based service which provides time critical information to the Indian farmers so they can optimise their product as per produce and market conditions.
Intuit has also developed a mobile app for Android smartphones which allows users to access financial services through their mobile devices. With the help of the Intuit Money Manager app, users can access banking services, view their account balances, pay bills and account transaction history as well.
The app is supported by Indian banks also and the company is seeing tremendous growth in its interactions with mobile users also. With more smartphones being activated everyday, the use of Intuit mobile apps looks set to increase gradually.
The Intuit Money Manager app in India is available through Moneycontrol.com which is more known for its financial newsletters and news services.
"Whether at home, work or out on the town, people are increasingly reaching for a mobile device when they need financial information," said CeCe Morken, vice president at Intuit. "If financial institutions are going to remain relevant in the future, they will have to offer insights and services when and where customers need them."
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