Jul 5, 2019
From an initial dream of being a doctor to interning with NASA to eventually landing in the C-Suite at Intuit, Atticus Tysen (LinkedIn) has traveled a long and winding road. As the CIO of Intuit, which makes products such as QuickBooks and TurboTax, and brings in more than $5 billion per year in revenue, Atticus has a lot of responsibilities on his plate. IT, he says, is the Achilles heel of an organization and being in charge of IT for a company as large as Intuit means there are many challenges but just as many exciting innovations and success stories.
On this episode of IT Visionaries, Atticus discusses all of that and more, and he digs deep into how the processes and products Intuit creates ultimately always comes down to what is best for the customer.
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