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Building Your Export Business: Global Trade Compliance, Content and Connectivity


August 03, 2011

This white paper discusses the challenges facing exporters as they attempt to comply with export regulations in the US and globally.  The report provides examples of how leading exporters are overcoming these challenges by effectively using compliance automation to reduce the multitude of risks surrounding international trade.

In this report you will learn how to quantify, control and leverage global trade activities for the benefit of the entire company and how to develop a competitive advantage by turning export controls responsibility and associated burden into an opportunity.

This complimentary report addresses common challenges for exporters:

  • Improving compliance automation

  • Managing global trade content

  • Export license management

  • Export documentation and document distribution

  • Government export filing requirements (AES)

  • Managing compliance liability associated with mergers and acquisitions

  • Increased risk of penalties as a result of focus on export control laws globally

  • Importance of internal and external connectivity for trade compliance solutions


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