Wolters Kluwer announces that Mr. Andres Sadler has been promoted to the new role of CEO of Wolters Kluwer Global Business Services. As the company continues its transformation into a digital enterprise, the new Global Business Services group will focus on providing services to Wolters Kluwer's business units and support them in responding to strategic, market, and technology changes.
Andres Sadler appointed CEO of Wolters Kluwer Global Business Services
Mr. Sadler is currently Senior VP Strategy & Operational Excellence and over the past 12 years has been the architect of key strategic initiatives. Prior to joining Wolters Kluwer, Mr. Sadler was a partner with Accenture in their Strategy and Business Architecture practice and a principal with Booz leading large scale initiatives globally, in the areas of operational improvement and technology planning. Mr. Sadler is based at the Wolters Kluwer offices in New York and reports to the CEO of Wolters Kluwer, Nancy McKinstry.
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