Automatic Identification System (AIS) can provide analytics that enable companies to more accurately predict ship arrival times.
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Global Trade Management Systems (GTM) can help automate and optimize international supply chains. Here’s some advice for successful implementation.
Importers and exporters should update operations to ensure they are ready for the Automated Commercial Environment.
Best in class companies use a variety of global trade automation tools to lower inbound costs and improve processes.
Global trade management (GTM) solutions help coordinate trade compliance, and allow trading partners to share data.
Global trade management solutions give shippers control of compliance, supply chain finance, and global logistics.
Adopting global trade management (GTM) technology helps standardize business processes and facilitate communication, says Nathan Pieri of Amber Road.
Computer carrying case manufacturer Targus gets a handle on duty drawback with global trade management software.
The complexities of global trade management call for the help of a third-party logistics provider.
With the advent of cloud computing, companies can collaborate with trading partners around the globe with minimal startup costs and headaches, using a pay-as-you-go model.
Technology-enabled global trade management offers significant benefits for improving supply chain efficiency and increasing profitability, writes Don Mabry of ClearTrack Information Network.