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  • Users can access their accounts online by signing on with an email address and password
  • Three different Quickbase tiers are available depending on user need

QuickBase users that need to get into their accounts can gain access online by entering an email address and password at the QuickBase login page.  Users that have better things to do than enter their login credentials every time they chose to access their account can check a box that will keep them signed in for the next QuickBase login.  Forgotten passwords can easily be recovered by clicking the I Forgot My Password link on the QuickBase login page and entering an email address or username.  New users looking to establish an account will need to complete an online entry form that requires a first name, last name, email address, password, and security question with an answer.

Which QuickBase Tier is Right For Me?

  • Essential – Starts at just $15 per month per user and includes 10 business apps with predefined roles, single home pages, and unlimited reporting
  • Premier – This tier starts at $25 per month per user and includes up to 50 business apps with customized roles, role-based home pages, advanced workflow automation, and case-based support
  • Platform – The grand daddy of all tiers starts at $40 per month per user and includes all the features that come with the premier tier plus corporate directory integration, developer sandbox, custom branding, and SLA product support

Intuit, Inc. provides financial management and business solutions mostly in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, India, and Singapore.  The company was founded in 1983 and has headquarters located in Mountain View, California.  Customers looking to reach Inuit, Inc. headquarters by mail can send their letter-stuffed envelopes to 2700 Coast Avenue Mountain View, CA 94043.  To cut to the chase and reach the headquarters by phone customers can dial 650-944-6000.


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