Personal finance software company Intuit is to acquire payroll company Computer Resources (CRI) to expand its services for small businesses.
Intuit, best known for its Turbo Tax and Quicken products, will buy the privately held Nevada based company for approximately $200 million in a cash and stock deal.
?The acquistion of CRI advances our goal of being an essential resource for small businesses,? said Intuit's chief executive, Bill Harris. ?With CRI, we gain an established platform to deliver high value, low-cost payroll services and can expand the suite of products our employer services group offers to small businesses.?
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