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Pushpay Is Now an Intuit Authorized Reseller

We’ve all heard the saying: “You’re only as good as the company you keep.” As true as that is for middle schoolers choosing who they hang out with, it’s perhaps even more true for growing software companies.

At Pushpay, we continue to invest in our world-class giving and engagement solutions. But we also know that we can’t do it all. Nor do we want to! Rather than trying to “be all things to all people,” we have chosen instead to invest in partnerships with technology leaders who are driving innovation in their respective fields.

We know that in order to be the best, we have to work with the best. Whether that’s contact management, merchant processing, or accounting, we are always looking for ways to align Pushpay with other world-class solutions.

These efforts took an exciting step forward recently when Pushpay was accepted as an Authorized Member of Intuit’s Reseller Program.

You may know Intuit as the creators of QuickBooks, the industry-leading suite of small business accounting and payroll solutions. We know them as the company who provides general ledger tools for over 70 percent of our customers. So it’s no surprise that we are pursuing a closer relationship with them.

As an Intuit Authorized Reseller, Pushpay will have access to exclusive training, resources, and even discounted pricing (on certain Intuit products), all of which will help us better serve our churches.

The relationship is still in its early stages, but we’ll share more details as they become available. We’re looking forward to forging a deeper partnership with Intuit in the months and years ahead. Stay tuned!

In the meantime, CLICK HERE to learn more about what Quickbooks Online can do for your church.

QuickBooks is a registered trademark of Intuit Inc.

 

Kent Woodyard
Strategic Account Manager at Pushpay

Kent oversees Pushpay’s strategic partnerships with other technology vendors and solution providers in the faith sector. A lifelong Midwesterner, Kent now lives in Seattle with his wife, Becky, and is regularly astounded by the sight of mountains, oceans, and other “pretty things.”

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