Aditi Puri Batra has been appointed as the new Country Manager of Intuit India. In this role Aditi will be responsible for the growth and success of the QuickBooks offerings in India. A seasoned global sales and business development leader with 21 years of experience, Aditi has an accomplished track record of building businesses and driving expansion into new markets in India and US. She has set up and scaled sales teams, establishing complex multi-million dollar strategic partnerships and incubating C-level relationships for some of the world’s foremost internet and media brands such as Amazon, Google, CBS, CNET and CNBC.
Having spent nearly two years at Intuit, Aditi was heading sales and marketing for India. In that role, she has transformed the team, steered deep customer understanding for the business. In addition to reimagining the India business, Aditi drove significant customer growth year-on-year for QuickBooks Online. Today QuickBooks Online is one of India’s leading cloud accounting software used by small businesses and accountants.
“I am very excited with this new opportunity to drive transformational growth for QuickBooks in India. I look forward to effectively collaborating and driving teams across multiple groups to deliver results. I am confident that we will continue to showcase our partnership with Accountants to propel small business growth in India. We, as a company are working towards helping Accountants in India grow their practice and help simplify the financial lives of their small business clients.”, said Aditi Puri Batra, Country Manager, Intuit India.
Intuit India is a subsidiary of Intuit Inc. the makers of QuickBooks Online, the world’s No.1 online accounting solution for small businesses and accountants, with over 4.5 million customers. Launched in India in 2012, QuickBooks Online has been helping small businesses in the country prosper by making more money, eliminating work and being more confident in financial decisions. It has been helping accountants to better serve their customers in the SAAS age and grow their practice with being future forward accounting practitioners.