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Plot Your Course to GTM Success


March 20, 2014

Global trade management (GTM) reduces the risk of liability, fines and delays at international borders.

Download Amber Road’s Global Trade Management Mindmap to help plot your course to creating a comprehensive GTM program. The route includes the following stages:

1. Plan by making GTM a strategic focus area
2. Do by executing a GTM plan
3. Check by remaining constantly alert to international laws and requirements
4. Act by conducting international trade more efficiently and cost effectively with fewer risks


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