CCH Small Firm Services, a Wolters Kluwer business, announced Jason Marx has been selected as its new President, effective immediately. Marx will replace former CCH SFS President Jeff Gramlich, who resigned last month. CCH SFS provides tax and accounting solutions, research products and training to small professional firms.
“Small Firm Services today has a solid foundation and there are great opportunities for the business ahead. I thank Jeff for his contributions to the company. As we look forward, we are also very fortunate to have a leader of Jason’s caliber, who is dedicated to creating solutions that make customers more successful and delivering quality solutions to the market,” said Tax & Accounting CEO Kevin Robert.
Marx previously served in the roles of Vice President and General Manager of the Wolters Kluwer Financial & Compliance Services’ Residential and Indirect Lending business. He has an extensive career that includes, among other things, experience in reorganization, improving workflow efficiencies and mortgage operations. Marx has worked with customers to find solutions that aid in their success and deployed various technologies that improve profitability and productivity. His efforts have also resulted in several award-winning solutions that led to significant growth within the business.
“I am very excited to be joining Small Firm Services and I am eager to work with our dedicated team of employees as we continue to invest in and enhance our ATX, TaxWise and Trust US solutions and services to ensure we are meeting our customers’ needs as we move ahead,” said Marx.
Prior to joining Wolters Kluwer, Marx had several leadership positions at companies such as FMF Capital, LLC, CitiMortgage, Ultraprise Corp. and Household Financial Services. He also co-founded AMRESCO Residential Credit Corp.