Unfortunately Intuit’s servers are experiencing outages or delays in processing this week. Affected services include Merchant Services (processing credit cards), QuickBooks Billing Solutions, emailing invoices or estimates and possibly other online services. Intuit has posted the following on their Facebook page: Read more
UPDATE: There was another outage on Friday, March 24 for a few hours. Another response from Intuit on 3/25/11 is posted below.
Intuit has issued the following in response to the recent service outage affecting QuickBooks Online, QuickBooks Merchant Services, QuickBooks Online Payroll and other Intuit services which were down on March 21 and 22, 2011. Read more
Friday, March 25 and everything seems to be down again this morning. Here’s the QuickBooks Online Blog with service status updates and subscribe to get email notifications.
Unbelievable – yesterday several Intuit services (QuickBooks Online, Intuit Merchant Services and Intuit Payroll) were down for a few hours and unavailable. QuickBooks Online is down again this morning (and possibly other services). Like many others, I am frustrated and disappointed with Intuit. I want to know why they still do not seem to have effective, redundant backup systems in place to kick in when there is an outage. Read more
Updated 3/22/11 — It appears that some Intuit servers are down which is affecting QuickBooks Online and other online services. Hopefully service will be restored soon, but here are some alternatives in the meantime: Read more
Evidently, there was a massive outage at an Intuit Data Center and many Intuit websites and applications are down. The official word is “Intuit continues working to restore full service to a number of websites and applications, including QuickBase, that became unavailable at about 7pm Tuesday, Pacific time. Our first priority is to give customers full and complete access to our services and their data as soon as possible. We are also investigating the cause of the problem and will take measures to prevent a recurrence. We appreciate our customers’ patience.”