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Intuit Money Manager for India

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It’s here. The Mint ( acquisition by Intuit earlier in September 2009 (Source: Techcrunch) led the way for Intuit to launch a similar web based product in India. Intuit has its resolve to move away from the shrink-wrapped offerings to web and cloud based product line. It’s popular product line of Quicken ( and QuickBooks – SMB’s) will probably move more and more towards the cloud model.

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I had come up with a similar product concept way back in July/August 2009 when it came to Personal Finances but then realized that Intuit and had beat me to it. Morever, such aggregators of personal finance have to be priced optimally (in this case, about Rs. 1 per day) and hence the only way is by trying to get into volume sales to cover the cost of product development.

I have the trial of this web based product and have to see how it works for my needs. Will post a detailed review in a few more months once I am used to the workings of this.


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Written by Naveen Athresh

March 2, 2010 at 7:35 am

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  1. Subhash Nair

    March 2, 2010 at 3:04 pm

    • Hi Naveen,

      Request you to please share your email address.

      Thank you


      March 5, 2010 at 12:12 pm

  2. Good post…

    Intuit Money Manager is doing some kind of large scale marketing in India — they even advertise in FM stations.

    I have checked mint, product is best. For me the interesting thing is pricing model – 1 Rs per day, one more smart business to target indian mass market.

    The success of the product is depend on how much people use money transaction digitally(using card or online), since the product categories digital transaction data into a chart in an user appealing form.

    By looking at the pricing model they want to target mass but I am not sure what is the percentage of user will be doing digital transaction is a concern. According to me they are much ahead of the indian market need.

    Girish Kolari

    March 10, 2010 at 11:45 am

    • Thanks for talking about Intuit Money Manager!

      I represent Intuit and I’d like to clarify a few things.

      To Naveen: Thanks again for writing about us. Have you started using the product? Do let us know your thoughts on the product. Good or bad, it would be good to share with others. 🙂

      To Girish: You are correct about the pricing model – we are targeting the mass affluent people in India that use online banking. This population is over 10 million in India and constantly growing. However, we are seeing huge traction in the last two months since launch – so there is a big need here in India.

      Let me know how your experience has been with Intuit Money Manager.

      Vidyuth Srinivasan

      March 17, 2010 at 1:28 pm

  3. I have got trial access to intuit through money central…
    However it asks for netbanking id and password to fetch records…

    Now am concerned about data privacy and account security

    Pravin Balaji Dhayfule

    April 20, 2010 at 2:13 pm

  4. Hi All,

    I thought of using intuit.. But my doubts is as below..
    Apart from my digital transactions (online), Can i manually maintain day to day expenses which is not done online…



    November 9, 2010 at 8:17 pm

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