CCH, a Wolters Kluwer business, announced the creation of a new Small Firm Services group, which will comprise the employees, services and products of two recently-acquired businesses.The formation of the entity follows the August and September deals for tax-prep software suppliers ATX/Kleinrock and TaxWise.

CCH president and chief executive Kevin Robert said that forming the dedicated group is a way of showing CCH’s commitment to serving the product lines and customers. Robert announced at CCH’s User Conference that the company is significantly investing in its software and publishing businesses.

The Small Firm Services group will be headquartered in Atlanta and have other operations throughout the United States. Approximately 650 CCH employees will be part of the group, primarily workers who joined CCH as part of the ATX and TaxWise deals.

Jeff Gramlich, formerly CCH executive vice president of business development where he worked on solutions for small and midsized firms, will served as president of the new group. Gramlich, a CPA, joined CCH in 2003 and has more than 20 years experience in the tax and accounting industry.

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