Wolters Kluwer triumphs in seven categories at the 2023 Golden Bridge Business and Innovation Awards

Izzy Silva, Managing Director at Wolters Kluwer TAA Asia Pacific
Izzy Silva, Managing Director at Wolters Kluwer TAA Asia Pacific

Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting (TAA) Asia Pacific has received global recognition for its research and workflow solutions, with seven awards, including a second consecutive overall Grand Globee®, in the 15th annual 2023 Golden Bridge Business and Innovation Awards.

Why was Wolters Kluwer TAA a serial winner this year?

The Grand Globee honors only a handful of organizations worldwide each year for exhibiting overall excellence setting them apart from peers. Wolters Kluwer TAA Asia Pacific earned two Gold Globee® Awards for CCH Integrator in the Financial Services category and CCH iFirm in the Product Development Project or Initiative of the Year category. A Silver Globee® Award was also granted to CCH Learning for the Career and Workforce Readiness Solution category.

CCH Integrator is a corporate tax management cloud-based platform that avoids complex installations and interfaces for tax management, compliance, reporting, and provisioning.

On the other hand, CCH iFirm is a practice management software ecosystem built around a centralized client database that helps accounting professionals serve their clients and manage their practice. And CCH Learning offers a complete learning experience, providing a broad range of online and offline training to achieve personal and professional development goals.

In addition, three Bronze Globee® Awards went to Wolters Kluwer TAA Asia Pacific for CCH Parliament in the Business Information Solution category, CCH Web Manager in the Business-to-Business Services category, and CCH iKnow in the Business Services category.

CCH Parliament allows clients to understand, navigate, and influence Aussie and New Zealand political landscape. CCH Web Manager provides specialist website design and management for accounting firms and CCH iKnow is a tax platform with 360-degree research functionality to help tax and accounting experts navigate complex tax topics with balanced commentary and up-to-date data, prepared by the same team that powers the Australian Master Tax Guide.

What does this mean for Wolters Kluwer TAA?

“It is an esteemed honor for our team to be recognized again through these prestigious awards,” commented Izzy Silva, Managing Director, Wolters Kluwer TAA Asia Pacific.

“Our customer-centric approach, deep tax and accounting, as well as parliamentary, domain knowledge, couples with industry-leading tech, allow us to lead the way in supporting firms with flexibility, efficiency and consistency. This is increasingly clear differentiator as our valued clients navigate the complexities and challenges of the global tax and accounting landscape.”

The coveted annual Golden Bridge Awards program recognizes and honors the world’s best in across a range industry and areas, including organizational performance, products and services, innovations, executives and management teams. Over 300 judges from around the world, representing a broad spectrum of industry experts, participated in the judging process.