Product excellence, innovation reflected in financial technology wins
Wolters Kluwer Compliance Solutions has won five 2021 Best in Biz International Awards for product excellence and innovation. The wins include a Gold-level distinction in the “Best New Product” category for Wolters Kluwer’s OneSumX® ProViso offering, which combines artificial intelligence and regulatory experts to help support financial institutions’ efforts in effectively managing the increasingly large scope, volume and scale of regulatory changes in the financial services industry.
Wolters Kluwer earned three Silver-level distinctions, winning twice under the “Best New Version of the Year” category for its iLien Motor Vehicle offering as well as for its OneSumX® for Compliance Program Management solution. Another Silver win was achieved in the “Enterprise Product of the Year/Financial Software” category for its iLien for Lien Management product. Wolters Kluwer’s Online Applications offering was also a winner, under the “Most Innovative Product of the Year” category.
“We are pleased to see these impressive industry accolades for our offerings, many of which have been developed through the direct and insightful feedback of our clients,” noted Steve Meirink, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Compliance Solutions. “We are grateful for those many inputs, which have been invaluable in creating solutions that have substantively enhanced lenders’ capabilities and, ultimately, helped them better serve their customers.”
With these wins, Wolters Kluwer also was placed on the coveted Most Awarded Companies list in this year's Best in Biz International competition, joining other leading companies showcasing stellar product origination, creativity and innovation.
Best in Biz International commended the winning entrants for their efforts, given “the continuing and unprecedented ramifications of the COVID-19 global pandemic on all companies and industries worldwide… Congratulations on not only surviving, but thriving, amidst the global and local challenges the pandemic has presented to all businesses, large and small,” noted Best in Biz program officials.