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Over the past few months at PW we've noticed steady increase in the number of mentions of Data as a Service (DaaS) and this trend looks to continue. Our first post on the subject was by a guest author Pete Soderling who introduced us to the concept and discussed pricing models. Then we continued the theme by posting about a partnership between a stock data site and an open data platform, working together to deliver a stock historical data API. The latest big move in this area sees NASDAQ creating a Data-On-Demand service accessible through a Web API.
Intuit QuickBooks may be the most popular financial software in the United States--one consulting firm reports that Intuit's accounting and tax programs control more than 90% retail market share--but the company has struggled with moving its desktop-based software into the cloud. Sure, there's an API for QuickBooks Online, but what about the many offline users who continue to rely on the finicky helper program QuickBooks Web Connector?