Intuit is looking for folks to beta test the upcoming Quicken 2003 for the Mac. The next version of the financial management/planning software will support both Mac OS 9.x and Mac OS X.
“We’re looking for hundreds of beta testers,” Intuit spokesperson Adam Samuels told MacCentral. “And we need both Mac OS 9 and Mac OS X users.”
Samuels said Intuit is collecting demographic and hardware information, as well as info on what types of bank accounts and which financial institutions are being used by potential beta testers. Not everyone who applies will be accepted, as there are always more applications than beta tester slots, Samuels said. If you’re interested, you’ll need to apply for the beta program by Tuesday, April 30. The first wave of testing will start in early may.
“We love for people to apply, but we will be having to make some selections,” he added. “We’ll be contacting those who are selected in the next month or so and beta testing will start this spring.”
To apply to be a Quicken 2003 for Mac beta tester go to the
beta sign-up site.