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Intuit TurboTax hires new CTO, VP

Intuit Inc. (Nasdaq: INTU) has hired Rajesh Natarajan to be the chief technology officer and vice president of product management and development for Intuit TurboTax, its online tax preparation service.

Natarajan will be responsible for setting the strategic direction of TurboTax technology and product experiences with the design team.

Natarajan brings more than 20 years of technology and product development experience to the company. He is an accomplished leader and engineer of innovative software and services, most recently serving as vice president, global credit expansion at PayPal, an eBay company.

“Nat has demonstrated the leadership and technical talent to develop and deliver awesome products,” said Sasan Goodarzi, senior vice president and general manager of Intuit’s Consumer Tax Group. “Intuit’s future depends on engineers who can create the most innovative solutions that solve big customers problems in ways that have never been done. Nat’s experience leading both product management and development makes him an important addition to our leadership team.”

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