Cassidy Appointed to Intuit’s 2019 Accountant Council

Cassidy Jakovickas

May 15, 2024

Today, Intuit, Inc (Nasdaq: INTU) announced that Cassidy Jakovickas has been named to the company’s U.S. Accountant Council advisory board. Intuit’s mission is to power prosperity around the world, and it accomplishes this through its innovative ecosystem of financial management solutions that serve more than 50 million accounting professionals, small businesses, and consumers worldwide.      

As President of MBS Accountancy Corporation, Jakovickas is one of 16 council members who will share their insights, experience, and expertise to help Intuit develop new products and services for accounting professionals and small businesses worldwide. Jakovickas has more than 12 years of experience in providing advisory, accounting, and tax services that help businesses thrive.  

“We are excited to have Cassidy on our Council,” said Ariege Misherghi, leader of the Accountant Segment, Small Business and Self-Employed Group at Intuit. “As an accounting professional who embraces new technology and forward-thinking practices, Cassidy will be a critical member of our advisory board. He will be instrumental in helping us develop, enhance, and deliver products and services that meet the needs of accounting professionals across the globe, ultimately allowing them to better serve their small business and self-employed clients.”

Jakovickas said he is looking forward to participating on the council, “I am excited about the opportunity to make a difference in our industry as we move toward the future of accounting, especially as technology is changing the role of the accountant faster than ever.  With automation handling more routine tasks, accountants can collaborate, strategize, and look forward with their clients rather than focus on the past.”

Intuit’s Accountant Council meets periodically at Intuit’s Silicon Valley headquarters to get an inside look at the company’s strategy and product development. Members participate for up to two years, sharing their thoughts and insights on critical accounting and small business tools.

Read more on Intuit’s blog here