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Small Business FinanceWorks
Small Business FinanceWorks
Digital Insight's new Small Business FinanceWorks targets banks that want to better serve microbusinesses that need to look professional but don't want to bother with elaborate payroll management solutions.

Digital Insight is a subsidiary of Intuit, the makers of legendary small business accounting program QuickBooks. Digital Insight has a network of 1,800 client banks. As it rolls out Small Business FinanceWorks, any of those banks that adopt the system will be able to offer it to their small business customers. The service fuses online banking with a simpler QuickBooks to help businesses get paid faster using e-invoicing and credit card processing. Users can also deposit checks from a home scanner, pay employees, file taxes and prepare legal filings. Because these functions run through your bank's Web site, your information stays secure.

"For the sole proprietor who often will combine personal finances with business finances, this program is designed for them," says Digital Insight senior manager Tobin Lee.

Though a consumer version is currently available, the small business version won't launch until December.

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