Single Sign On is a mechanism that creates the feeling of a single ecosystem across multiple services for a user by sharing key elements of an identity. SSO can provide users with a better experience and can result in cost savings. This article looks at how Intuit implements OpenID 2.0 as their SSO.
Intuit APIs (6)
||The Intuit Payments API allows developers to integrate Quickbooks Payments service with their applications. By making requests to the API, developers are able to create custom eCommerce app, and...||Payments||05.18.2015|
Intuit Customer Account Data
||The Customer Account Data API provides developers access to end-user financial account and transactional information from different financial institutions. Intuit is one of the service providers...||Financial||03.04.2015|
Intuit QBMS Hosted PayPage
||Intuit Hosted PayPage API allows developers to integrate Intuit payment form into their applications. PayPage is often used for eCommerce applications where the user wants to accept direct payments...||Enterprise||03.04.2015|
Intuit QuickBooks Online Accounting
||Integrate your app with the QuickBooks Online API. This unified API gives you access to QuickBooks Online accounting features and payment processing services, too. In a click, your customer can...||Accounting||04.30.2012|
||QuickBooks Payments API lets developers use eCommerce websites or online processing for customer sites, process credit card payments. It can also be used for QuickBooks Online to record transactions...||Payments||04.01.2011|
Many of Intuit’s APIs have been going a couple of years but their success has turned heads. Mark Boyd over at Vision Mobile sat down with Intuit’s Ketan Kittur, director of project management and partnership integrations, to understand how the company makes sure its third party devs are successful.
At Intuit’s annual conference, QuickBooks Connect, some details were shared about the latest version of their QuickBooks Online API, currently open to partners. Included was a look at the Payroll functionality, long desired by Intuit’s developer community, and notes on the move to GraphQL.