Quicken EUROPE (international version)

eric avrillon
eric avrillon Member
edited June 2023 in Before you Buy


i'll be the "n+1" user to ask for an european release of Quicken…. Very crazy that such a company does ignore such a big market….

About my "personnal" need, a quicken release without bank connection would be ok. Actually i use cash organizer, a great finance tool, that sync web/desktop and mobile without any trouble…. But, its company seems to have been affected by ukraine conflict (developpers killed/got out of russia), and i see no more developpement.

I use it daily to keep track of my expenses , "on the spot" and the app is very good at it.

There are thousands of users like me that would be ok for a quicken release doing only that :

account with no bank connection

categories/sub categories



Hoping that Quicken would try to conquer new market instead of be happy with the actual north american business…

A company that does not evolve, is already on the decline ….




  • Quicken Anja
    Quicken Anja Moderator mod

    Hello @eric avrillon,

    Thank you for reaching out to the Community with your request.

    There is already and existing request for this, therefore, I'd like to refer you to this active Idea post regarding this topic instead. If you would like to see this feature be added in the future, you can go ahead and add your vote by clicking the up arrow underneath the vote count (see example below) as well as a comment explaining how this idea would be beneficial for you.

    Our Development and Product teams frequently use our idea posts in order to improve Quicken and implement new features requested by customers. 

    I hope this helps!

    -Quicken Anja
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  • jacobs
    jacobs SuperUser, Mac Beta Beta

    @eric avrillon You say it's "very crazy that such a company does ignore such a big market", but I'd disagree. Yes, there is potential for more sales — but there are significant costs involved as well. The program would need to be localized for other languages. There would need to be support teams in other countries, working on local time zones. Accounting rules for subscription revenues in other countries are different than the US and Canada (which are themselves different). Software needs to comply with EU or other market laws and regulations. And while you say you'd be happy to use it offline, many people would want more than a manual entry product, which would entail supporting financial institutions in other countries and complying with banking and investment laws in each country. It's not trivial to sell software in different countries, and particularly financial software.

    Quicken is a small company; it has only about 200 employees. Creating, marketing, selling and supporting a program like Quicken in dozens of additional countries would require a very significant increase in employees, in the complexity of running the company and in the complexity of maintaining and advancing the software. I have no inside knowledge, but I assume the senior executives at Quicken have periodically evaluated the potential income versus costs, the risks versus rewards of expanding into other markets and have concluded that it is not viable for them.

    Quicken Mac Subscription • Quicken user since 1993
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