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Intuit, OFX Solution Providers
Feature Open Financial Exchange
Options at BAI RDS

At the BAI Retail Delivery Show -- December 2, 1998 -- Leading Open Financial Exchange (OFX) solution providers are teaming with Intuit Inc. (NASDAQ: INTU) to feature Open Financial Exchange options at the BAI Retail Delivery Show in Las Vegas.

"The number of companies providing Open Financial Exchange connectivity to financial institutions and their customers has reached a critical mass," said Mark Goines, senior vice president of Intuit's consumer division. "Financial institutions have terrific choices to acquire servers or to connect with their customers through their existing outsourcing relationships. They can quickly and easily offer online banking, bill pay, bill presentment and other online financial services through Intuit desktop and Web-based software by taking advantage of these options."

OFX solution providers supporting Open Financial Exchange through Intuit include: Cardinal Services Corporation; Cash Station, Inc.; Corillian Corporation; Destiny Software Corporation; EDS; e-CommLink, Inc.; Edify Corporation; Enterprise Engineering, Inc.; HIE, Inc.; Hadley Engineering; Home Account Network, Inc.; HomeCom Communications, Inc.; InteliData Technologies Corporation; M&I Data Services; Muir Software, Inc.; NCR Corporation; nFront, Inc.; Oasis Technology, Ltd.; Open Financial Solutions; Rubin & Associates, Inc.; Sybase, Inc. and USERS Incorporated.

"These companies have existing relationships with nearly every financial institution in America," said Goines. "Their progress in developing cost effective connectivity solutions is helping make online financial services an easy and affordable option for all financial services companies."

The growing number of server solutions and processors supporting Open Financial Exchange will help accelerate the adoption of online financial services by all those financial institutions that have not yet entered the online market.

Information about OFX solution providers supporting the specification is available from Intuit at the RDS Entry Pavilion. Many of the companies listed above are also exhibiting at the show.

Open Financial Exchange is a unified specification for the electronic exchange of financial data between financial institutions, businesses and consumers via the Internet. It is designed to support a wide range of financial activities including consumer and small business banking; consumer and small business bill payment; investments, including stocks, bonds, and mutual funds.

Intuit Inc.,, a financial software and Web-based services company, develops and markets Quicken®, the leading personal finance software; TurboTax®, the best-selling tax preparation software; and QuickBooks®, the most popular small business accounting software. Intuit's Web site offers a complete set of personal finance news, information, and tools, including retirement planning resources and leading mutual fund and insurance sites.

Intuit, the Intuit logo, Quicken, QuickBooks, QuickBooks Pro, TurboTax, MacInTax, ProSeries and InsureMarket, among others, are registered trademarks and/or registered service marks of Intuit Inc. or one of its subsidiaries., QuickenMortgage, Quicken Business CashFinder and Quicken Financial Planner, among others, are trademarks and/or service marks of Intuit Inc. or one of its subsidiaries. Other parties' trademarks or service marks are the property of their respective owners and should be treated as such.


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