One Brand. One Experience.


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Who They Are

Providing financial services software for businesses, self-employed professionals, and individual consumers, Intuit reinvented itself from a house of brands to a branded house. Consumers are mainly familiar with their brands, but fewer have heard of the parent company.

The company had a long and rigorous discovery phase in the search for a commerce solution that could support all of their requirements. With one product offering, it aspired to make financial microservices available to every business unit in every region, which could, in turn, configure those microservices in any number of ways using front-end customer experience platforms.

The company ultimately selected Elastic Path through Amazon Web Services (AWS) for its stability, marketing agility, flexibility, scalability, and ability to fuel any customer experience the company could dream up.


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Composable Commerce is the modern approach by which eCommerce teams are empowered to select and assemble various “best of breed” commerce solutions and compose them to satisfy their exact business requirements.

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