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QuickBooks has been overwhelmingly an American product line. But that is going to change a bit as Intuit has introduced the small business accounting application in the United Kingdom and intends to debut it in Singapore during the fiscal year ending July 31. QuickBooks will probably make it into another eight to 10 countries over the next three years, Ken Wach, VP of marketing for Intuit’s small business group, told analysts at this week’s Barclay conference. Q

uickBooks is currently available only in English and although Wach said that there are plans for other languages, the roll out is concentrating on British Commonwealth nations. Despite the fact that QB hadn’t technically been introduced in other countries, there were about 15 resellers of QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions who are working overseas for much of the last two years, several in the Middle East and Indian Ocean regions.

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