CCH has reorganized its publishing groups, creating and eliminating several positions at the accounting and tax research and software provider, while focusing more on the company's mobile technology development.

The restructuring is part of a larger realignment that the business, which is owned by Netherlands-based Wolters Kluwer, has been undergoing since last year to focus more on specific types of customers. As part of that realignment, the company created several customer-focused business units, along with several service organizations to support those business units.

“We completed the company realignment successfully in Q1 2011, and saw great results,” said CCH spokesperson Leslie Bonacum. “Last week, Publishing announced to its team members that it would adopt the same customer-focused structure within the group. Under Vice President Paul Gazzolo, who joined CCH in 2011, the Publishing groups under him now align with customer segments to drive greater customer focus across his team. To support expanded focus on electronic and mobile publishing strategies, he also created a new Electronic Product Development group in Publishing to ensure continued innovative enhancements to IntelliConnect and rapid development of mobile and tablet-friendly products.”

As part of the new structure, CCH created and eliminated an unspecified number of jobs.

“The driving purpose of this internal realignment is to increase customer focus and expand focus on mobile strategies and solutions, and rapid electronic product development,” said Bonacum.  “We have a very exciting mobile strategy and plans, which we’ve given expanded focus to under the realignment.”

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