Intuit CEO Brad Smith to Present at Bank of America Merrill Lynch Technology Conference
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Brad Smith, Intuit Inc.'s (NAS: INTU) president and chief executive officer, will present at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Technology Conference in San Francisco on June 5.
The presentation will begin at 8:30 a.m. Pacific time and will be available live via audio webcast on Intuit's investor relations website at http://investors.intuit.com/events.cfm. A replay of the webcast will be available approximately 24 hours after the presentation ends.
About Intuit Inc.
Intuit Inc. is a leading provider of business and financial management solutions for small and mid-sized businesses; financial institutions, including banks and credit unions; consumers and accounting professionals. Its flagship products and services, including QuickBooks®, Quicken® and TurboTax®, simplify small business management and payroll processing, personal finance, and tax preparation and filing. ProSeries® and Lacerte® are Intuit's leading tax preparation offerings for professional accountants. Intuit Financial Services helps banks and credit unions grow by providing on-demand solutions and services that make it easier for consumers and businesses to manage their money.
Founded in 1983, Intuit had annual revenue of $4.15 billion in its fiscal year 2012. The company has approximately 8,500 employees with major offices in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, India and other locations. More information can be found at www.intuit.com.
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