Intuit this week introduced QuickBooks 2008 for the PC, a new version of its small business accounting software. A Mac version wasn’t announced, but Intuit has provided a statement regarding the future of Mac QuickBooks.
“QuickBooks is currently focused on developing the next generation Mac platform and plans to deliver a new QuickBooks Mac offering in 2008. This decision will result in an offering designed to delight and meet the evolving needs of our new and existing Mac customers,” reads a statement offered by an Intuit spokesperson.
“We are committed to delivering the Mac community the best business and personal finance solutions in the market. More details will be shared as appropriate when they become available,” continued the statement.
In the interim, Intuit plans to continue to sell and support QuickBooks Pro 2007 for the Mac.