Intuit saw the highest growth of 119% in patent filings and 319% in grants in January in Q1 2024. Compared to Q4 2023, Q1 2024 saw an increase in patent filings by 119% and grants by 319%. GlobalData’s DataBook provides a comprehensive analysis of Intuit’s patent filings and grants. Buy the databook here.

Intuit has been focused on protecting inventions in United States(US) with 108 publications in Q1 2024

The United States(US) Patent Office dominates the patent filings and grants with nearly 55% filings and 84% grants. The United States(US), Canada(CA), Australia(AU), and European Patent Office(EPO) patent Office are among the top ten patent offices where Intuit is filings its patents. Among the top granted patent authorities, Intuit has 84% of its grants in United States(US), 8% in Canada(CA) and 6% in Australia(AU).

International Business Machines and Microsoft could be the strongest competitors for Intuit

Patents related to machine learning and artificial intelligence lead Intuit's portfolio

Intuit has the highest number of patents in machine learning followed by, artificial intelligence and data science. For machine learning, nearly 24% of patents were filed and 16% of patents were granted in Q1 2024.

Mos micro (mpu, mcu & dsp) related patents lead Intuit portfolio followed by artificial intelligence platforms, and artificial intelligence

Intuit has highest number of patents in mos micro (mpu, mcu & dsp) followed by artificial intelligence platforms, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and databases. For mos micro (mpu, mcu & dsp), nearly 10% of patents were filed and 10% of patents were granted in Q1 2024.

For comprehensive analysis of Intuit's filings and grants, buy the databook here.

Premium Insights


The gold standard of business intelligence.

Blending expert knowledge with cutting-edge technology, GlobalData’s unrivalled proprietary data will enable you to decode what’s happening in your market. You can make better informed decisions and gain a future-proof advantage over your competitors.


GlobalData patents database covers bibliographic from all 100+ patenting authorities. All patents are tagged to 18+ industries and 300+ sub-sectors based on technology classification, keywords, and associated companies. They are also tagged to various industries themes (100+) and technology domains (1800+) of focus.

Patents database further disambiguates assignee names (13m names) and associate corporate tree hierarchy in current/point in time ownerships (320k entities). GlobalData sources content directly from national patent offices on a weekly basis.