Quicken develops a web and mobile personal finance management tool that offers solutions in personal finance, cash management and budgeting.
Quicken is headquartered in Menlo Park, California. Eric Dunn is the CEO of Quicken and has a 55-member approval rating. Quicken’s main competitors are Prism, Mint and QApps. Quicken has 384 followers.
Quicken’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News
Quicken top competitors include: Prism, Mint, QApps, Contovista, Meniga, Moneyhub Enterprise, FileThis, MX, Nirvana, Geezeo, QuickBooks, Mint Bills, Billcue and Xero.
Together they raised over 1.3B between their estimated 5.0K employees. Quicken’s revenue ranked 10th among its top 10 competitors. The top ten competitors were on average 43.6M. Quicken has 186 employees and is ranked 5th among its top 10 competitors. The average number of Top 10 competitors is 371.
Headquarters: 3760 Haven Avenue Menlo Park, California 94025
Prism is Quicken’s main competitor. Prism was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Redmond, Washington. Like Quicken, Prism also works in the application software industry. Prism employs 168 fewer people than Quicken.
Mint is considered one of Quicken’s main competitors. The Mint was founded in Mountain View, California, in 2006. Like Quicken, Mint also works in the field of Application Software. Compared to Quicken, Mint brings in 10 million dollars more profits.
QApps is a mobile application developer to improve productivity and reduce stress from common daily tasks. QApps is a private company. George Hanak is a founder of QApps and has a 70 member approval rating. QApps’s main competitors are Mint, Quicken and Nirvana. QApps has 7 followers.