Wolters Kluwer’s CT Corporation’s UCC Filing Hub has won a Silver Award in the Best New Product Feature of the Year - Enterprise category in the 10th Annual Best in Biz Awards. The award recognizes new features that improve UCC Filing Hub user experience with automated functions and intuitive portfolio management capabilities.
UCC Filing Hub is an intuitive Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) filing tool that simplifies law firm professionals’ deal workflow. It earned the Best in Biz Award for the UCC filing management functionality that was introduced in early 2020. This functionality enabled users to better manage their or their customers’ UCCs via advanced expiration tracking and alert preferences, easily file UCC-3s from existing filings, and upload UCCs into the UCC Filing Hub so that they may be managed with the rest of a party’s UCC portfolio. UCC Filing Hub was named to the National Law Journal’s Emerging Technologies list in 2020. In 2019, it was recognized with an SIAA CODiE Award, a Stevie Award from the American Business Award and a Corporate Vision Business Innovator Award.
“We are thrilled to receive recognition for the recent enhancements to UCC Filing Hub,” said John Weber, President and CEO of Wolters Kluwer’s CT Corporation. “This award reflects our organization’s steadfast commitment to providing innovative products and services that help our customers maintain regulatory compliance and conduct due diligence efficiently, without disruption to their businesses.”
“In this wild year, it’s amazing to see companies still innovating, adapting, and thriving,” said Christopher Null, Wired, having judged seven of the last 10 Best in Biz Awards programs. “There’s so much in the business world that is inspirational right now.”
Since 2011, Best in Biz Awards' entrants have included both notable startups and recognizable global brands. Combining top editors’ and reporters’ expertise and experience with journalistic objectivity and further enhanced by the variety of outlets represented, Best in Biz Awards judging panels are uniquely able to determine the best of the best from among the hundreds of competitive entries. The 2020 judging panel included, among others, writers from Barron’s, Consumer Affairs, USA Today and Wired.