Dan Wernikoff is executive vice president and general manager of Intuit's Consumer Tax Group. Appointed to this role in May 2016, he leads an organization that offers a suite of products and services under the TurboTax brand in pursuit of the company's goal to do the nations' taxes in the U.S. and Canada.
From 2013-2016, Wernikoff led Intuit’s Small Business Group, focusing on expanding the availability of the QuickBooks ecosystem of products, including QuickBooks, Payroll, Payments and the Intuit Partner platform, from the desktop to the cloud as part of the company’s strategy to make QuickBooks the global platform for small business. Under his leadership, Small Business Group revenue grew to more than $2 billion, with nearly 1.3 million paying QuickBooks Online subscribers globally as of January 2016.
Wernikoff previously served as senior vice president and general manager of Intuit's Financial Management Solutions business unit. In this role, he led all QuickBooks teams - Desktop, online, and mobile - across all segments, from QuickBooks Simple Start up to QuickBooks Enterprise Edition, as well as the financial supplies and partner platform businesses. Together, these solutions serve approximately 4 million small businesses.
Wernikoff joined Intuit in March 2003 and held several executive positions, including vice president and product and marketing leader of Financial Management and of Product Management for Intuit's Payment Solutions division. Before that, he helped develop a set of connected services that ultimately led to the creation of a payments division at Intuit.
Before joining Intuit, Wernikoff held various leadership positions at Charles Schwab, Bank One Corp., First Chicago and First Chicago Capital Markets. He earned his master's degree in business administration from the University of Pittsburgh and a bachelor's degree in finance from Miami University of Ohio.