Wolters Kluwer Tax and Accounting has introduced a new user interface for CCH Accounting Research Manager, its research system for financial reporting professionals.

The new CCH ARM interface displays research results along with the context and interpretive guidance. The home page is now organized to provide starting points for authoritative source, topic, history, favorites and search. Collaborative tools such as natural language search and PDF collaboration are now available.

The ARM Accounting Standards helps locate guidance on U.S. GAAP and International Financial Reporting Standards, with direct links to relevant authoritative and interpretive literature by topic.

CCH ARM’s interpretive content includes accounting, disclosure and audit best practices, along with "A Closer Look," a periodic analysis of accounting topics such as the leasing and revenue recognition accounting standards and more.

“The new enhancements we’ve made to CCH Accounting Research Manager demonstrate our dedication to putting the voice of the customer in the center of our solutions,” said Josh Braunstein, executive vice president and general manager of Wolters Kluwer Tax and Accounting, Research & Learning, in a statement. “We understand our customers’ research needs to boost productivity and get to the right answer faster, which is why we designed the new user interface to deliver a more intuitive and easy-to-use experience.”

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