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The head of accounting for global accounting software giant Intuit has thrown down the gauntlet to local leaders MYOB and Xero, saying it will win market share from the major players and emerge to be the dominant force in the region.
"We have internal projections where we think we'll be at the same level of market share as Xero in the next few years," Intuit global head of accounting Richard Preece told The Australian Financial Review.
Read the full article on the Australian Financial Review.