Wolters Kluwer, through its Financial & Compliance Services division, has announced the creation of a new business unit, ARC Logics, to help organizations across multiple industries address increasingly complex audit, risk, and compliance challenges.
ARC Logics offers a broad suite of software and services that enable organizations to rapidly address evolving risk issues, and brings together Wolters Kluwer’s audit, risk, and compliance brands including:
- CCH TeamMate, which provides an integrated, paperless system for improving every aspect of the audit process, including risk assessment, scheduling, planning, execution, review, report generation, trend analysis, committee reporting, and storage;
- Sword, which enables organizations to measure, monitor, and manage compliance and risk across their business; and
- Axentis, which helps organizations in highly regulated industries minimize exposure to compliance and risk, and to optimize business performance.
ARC Logics’ suite-based approach combines the advantages of solution-specific software platforms and enterprise integration. ARC Logics can help specific departments within an organization—legal, compliance, risk, finance, and audit areas—meet their unique needs with a suite offering while concurrently building a holistic, enterprise-wide program. This enables organizations to quickly fulfill their immediate objectives in a targeted and cost-effective manner, while building for the future on a common platform.
As a Wolters Kluwer business, ARC Logics also leverages deep, global domain expertise and proprietary content from the organization to help customers across multiple industries understand, manage, and control risk.
Leading this new unit is Ian Rhind, president of ARC Logics. Rhind previously served as president and CEO of CCH Canadian, a Wolters Kluwer business.