Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting today announced that CCH CodeConnect has been named a finalist for the 2017 SIIA CODiE Awards for Best Content Search & Discovery Solution. This is the 4th consecutive year that Wolters Kluwer has been recognized as a CODiE finalist for its tax research innovations, having won previously for its CCH Mobile and CCH IntelliConnect Browser Search solutions.
CCH CodeConnect is now a critical component of the recently-released CCH AnswerConnect, an answer-oriented, tax information service developed for both practitioners and corporate tax professionals who rely on quality tax content to advise their clients. CCH AnswerConnect maximizes efficiency and saves professionals valuable time by pinpointing specific answers, identifying practical guidance and offering relevant practice tools and decision aids relating to federal and state tax law content.
“This recognition validates our commitment to working closely with customers to develop the innovative new products and features that Wolters Kluwer has debuted over the past few years,” said Josh Braunstein, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting, Research & Learning US. “Developing features like CCH CodeConnect – a critical part of the ground-breaking CCH AnswerConnect – is core to what we do and who we are. We make it our mission to incorporate that valuable customer insight when we build solutions that are intuitive, practical and improve efficiency and productivity.”
The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA), the principal trade association for the software and information industries, announced CCH CodeConnect as one of 205 CODiE Award finalists across 59 business technology categories. Finalists represent the best products, technologies and services in software, information and business technology.
“I am impressed by the level of innovation and creativity of the products that have been selected as this year's CODiE Award finalists. We are happy to recognize these products and the power they have to transform the future of how we do business.” said Ken Wasch, President of SIIA.