As we reported yesterday, AisleBuyer has been acquired by Intuit, which was confirmed today by founder and CEO Andrew Paradise today on his blog:

I’m really happy to share with you that the rumors are true! AisleBuyer has joined the Intuit team to develop superior solutions to meet the mobile point of sale needs for small business.  By leveraging our technology and talent, together with Intuit’s rock star payments team, we will continue to work on creating the best small business POS solutions in the world.

For the past three years we’ve enjoyed the support and camaraderie of the Boston start-up community. As we embark on this next stage in our evolution, we are lucky to be staying in our offices in the Innovation District, and can’t wait to work with our new friends to create the future of the mobile point of sale payments business. We really appreciate everyone’s support in making this happen. It’s been an amazing ride that we’re excited to take forward.

While none of this is confirmed, we had heard that this was strictly a technology play and only the engineering team is joining Intuit. We’re reaching out to AisleBuyer now to learn more.

Based in Boston, AisleBuyer was founded in 2009, and provides a smartphone based self checkout solution that aims to improve in-store shopping experience by eliminating the need to wait in line. The company has raised a total of $11.5 million in funding through a number of financing rounds.