Enhancing trade compliance and global shared access have emerged as the key themes for GTM improvement initiatives in 2012 and the Best-in-Class companies will continue to push for GTM improvements in the future. How about your company? Do you need to improve your import/export processes? Would having access to a shared global database help your trade compliance processes become more streamlined? The Aberdeen Group has put together a report – “Global Trade Management: The ROI of a Shared Global Trading Platform” – that is being offered exclusively through Integration Point.
According to Aberdeen Group’s Chief Supply Chain Officer (CSCO) Survey, which this paper pulls from, companies that are improving visibility, providing better access to trade regulations data, centralizing GTC organization, achieving executive management support, and introducing new trade related technologies are seeing the greatest improvements in their global trade compliance (GTC) performance. In fact, companies that are aware of the improvement opportunities of having the correct organizational, technology, and process solutions throughout their global trade program are able to achieve corporate goals, reduced supply chain risk and/or costs, increased staff productivity and effectiveness.
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