Wolters Kluwer’s journey to the cloud

Wolters Kluwer is at the outset of a long-term plan to incrementally move CCH applications to the cloud. Our market-leading CCH Personal Tax and CCH Accounts Production applications are at the head of that transition. Over time, we plan to extend our compliance workflow in the cloud to support typical SA800 clients, and offer additional audit efficiencies via the cloud.

MTD for ITSA will also be delivered to support those customers wishing to take part in our public beta launch. In the future, we will also offer full support for IFRS, CT600, capital gains tax and trust accounting requirements via the cloud.
We will keep our customers abreast of all developments in the months and years ahead.

 

What we’ve achieved so far


Research completed

Research completed

Over 100 of our customers have been interviewed, and more than 1,200 accountancy professionals surveyed, to ensure our cloud strategy is led by the accountants themselves. We are building our cloud strategy around APIs, to ensure close integration and greater efficiency.

 


improved finsit

New and improved finsit

Our financial reporting tool finsit was re-released in 2023 with an additional forecasting function.
This equips users to deliver advisory services with confidence.
Finsit facilitates smarter, simpler reporting for accountants.



Client data migration

Client data migration

Our approach aims to make tax compliance as intuitive and efficient for the accountant as possible. In this early stage of our cloud journey, we have focused on the important task of getting phase 1 client data from our on-premise suite to the cloud.


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