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29 July 2009, 14:51

Open source community launched for Intuit Partner Platform

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Intuit, the company behind the popular Quicken financial software, has announced that it has launched a new open source community for developers. The new community, located at, is aimed at providing partner companies with a free resource for building Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications for its Intuit Partner Platform. Alex Chriss, business leader of the Intuit Partner Platform said that "By adopting the open source model, we're enabling developers to collaborate with us to enhance their applications and the platform."

The portal page will provide access to code, tool kits and documentation for the partner platform and is being released under the Common Public License (CPL). During the previous public beta, Intuit worked with partners to create several open source examples of Federated Applications from companies including VerticalResponse, ExpenseWare and Dimdim.

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