Wolters Kluwer launches new platform for legal research
Wolters Kluwer has launched a next-generation platform for tax and legal research in the Asia-Pacific region, which will reportedly streamline research workflows and maximise productivity for legal professionals.
Wolters Kluwer Tax & Accounting (TAA) Asia-Pacific (APAC) has officially launched CCH iKnowConnect, a cloud-based platform that provides a 360-degree view of legislation, streamlining the research process for tax and legal professionals alike.
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The unified state-of-the-art platform is set to change the way legal professionals work, according to managing director Izzy Silva.
“CCH iKnowConnect provides relevant, in-depth research and tools through the simplicity of an intuitive and predictive search experience,” he said.
“This next-generation platform delivers tax and legal research and content supported by the expertise of Wolters Kluwer’s in-house editorial team, providing necessary assurance that every piece of information has undergone rigorous scrutiny and verification.”
CCH iKnowConnect’s intuitive interface also provides advanced search functionality with tailored suggestions that accelerate the content discovery process and the return of accurate results, allowing users to obtain the information they need quickly and with surety.
It also includes a “360-degree view of legislation” feature, which allows users to delve into legal texts, resulting in a comprehensive view of the regulatory landscape. It also provides users with direct access to commentary, cases, and specific details related to various forms of legislation.
Content is categorised according to practice areas, allowing professionals to access the full spectrum of Wolters Kluwer coverage on any subject area more efficiently. Those working internationally can also access content from other jurisdictions, all within the same research platform.
Digital content is published frequently, often with daily updates, ensuring tax and legal professionals stay informed regarding the latest news and developments as they happen.
Wolters Kluwer TAA APAC product manager Sarah Ingram added that Wolters Kluwer customers influenced the creation of the platform and its content.
“More than 4,000 key customer insights were collected, and the customers have acted as co-creators, influencing the direction and evolution of Wolters Kluwer products and solutions such as CCH iKnowConnect,” she said.
“Their experiences and insights serve as the compass guiding the company towards delivering tools that truly resonate with professionals.”