Imagine the future
At Wolters Kluwer, innovation is not about technology but about what technology can help us do to make the world a better place.
2022 Wolters Kluwer Global Innovation Award winners
Wolters Kluwer has long adopted the ideology that innovation is everyone’s job. The Global Innovation Awards (GIA) – a worldwide competition encouraging the development and implementation of innovative solutions from within – are not just a program to foster innovation, but a practice and culture which enables employees at all levels to use their knowledge, competencies, and creativity to help professionals make a difference when it matters the most.
Enterprise solutions and the metaverse
The metaverse is on the horizon, affecting industries as diverse as healthcare, tax and accounting, law, fashion, and entertainment.Read More
Innovation insights just past the horizon
The success of our company’s digital transformation over the last 15 years is well known within Wolters Kluwer, but other stakeholders might not be so familiar with specific efforts or teams driving these outcomes. In this article, we’re pulling back the curtain to unveil innovation insights from inside and outside our digital walls.Read More
Peeking Into the Black Box – A Design Perspective on Comprehensible AI – Part 1
In recent years, the predictive accuracy of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies has tremendously increased due to the advent of powerful algorithms like neural networks with millions of automatically learned parameters.Read More
Access more innovation stories from across Wolters Kluwer. Our in-house innovation labs and our central technology organization employ advanced technologies to extract actionable insights from data, working closely with our customers across multiple industries.
Innovation is critical for Wolters Kluwer and every year, many of our solutions receive external awards for excellence and innovation.
ArticleHealthSeptember 20, 2021COVID-19 and the future of clinical evidence and global health equityThe COVID-19 pandemic impacted global research and health systems, posing new questions about the future of evidence and its potential to impact a global equity-driven approach to achieve the best care everywhere.Learn More