Today, 88 percent of Wolters Kluwer is digital & services. In 2018, revenue from digital and services increased 6 percent organically
Navigating an era that has seen the physical and digital worlds merge, Wolters Kluwer has been able to maintain the momentum and continually evolve how we safeguard the public's safety, health and prosperity.
When Nancy McKinstry started as the company’s CEO 15 years ago, most people thought it would be impossible to take a business that was 170 years old and transform it.
Digital transformation has allowed Wolters Kluwer's to become a market leader, providing platforms and analytical tools to the medical, academic, professional and scientific communities. Our customers include 90 percent of US banks, 40 of the top global banks in the world, and over 1.000.000 accountants and 250.000 lawyers across the globe.
Digital transformation has changed how products are developed and delivered. In this section, we highlight the implications of digital transformation on the industries we serve, organizational culture, and Wolters Kluwer’s evolving expert solutions.