Wolters Kluwer’s ELM Solutions Wins Silver Stevie Award for Customer Service Department of the Year

Tuesday, March 6, 2018 - 15:02

Wolters Kluwer’s ELM Solutions has earned a Silver Stevie Award for Customer Service Department of the Year – Computer Software. Hundreds of companies entered the category in the 2018 American Business Awards competition. The Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service are the world’s top honors for customer service, contact center, business development and sales professionals. More than 2,500 organizations competed for prestigious recognition that accompanies these awards this year. 

This is the second time in two years that the American Business Awards has honored Wolters Kluwer’s ELM Solutions. In 2017, ELM Solutions’ Passport Office Companionsolution earned a Silver Stevie Award for New Product or Service of the Year – Software – Integration Solution. 

“We are honored the American Business Awards has recognized the investment we’ve made in the people, process and technology, needed to provide our clients with a high-touch, customized level of service,” said Jonah Paransky, Executive Vice President and General Manager for Wolters Kluwer’s ELM Solutions. “This award reflects the focus and commitment our entire business has on improving the overall customer experience and providing world class outcomes for our clients.”

Wolters Kluwer’s ELM Solutions is the market-leading provider of enterprise legal spend and matter management and legal analytics solutions. Corporate legal and insurance claims departments and their law firms worldwide trust our flexible, multi-solution approach to help ensure compliance, control costs and collaborate more effectively. This includes Passport, the highest rated ELM solution in the 2017 Hyperion Marketview™ Legal Market Intelligence Report; TyMetrix® 360°, the industry’s leading SaaS-based e-billing and matter management solution; and the LegalVIEW® portfolio of legal analytics solutions based upon the industry’s largest and most comprehensive legal spend database, with more than $100 billion in invoices.