Global Trade Management

WHITE PAPER
By LM Staff · July 14, 2016
Regulation, talent shortages, shifting consumer behavior, and changing technology are some of the disruptors that keep CEOs up at night. Ryder White Paper, Ryder White Papers, Supply Chain Challenges.
WHITE PAPER
By Amber Road · May 19, 2016
As global supply chains grow in size, reach, and complexity, they become more vulnerable to a myriad of threats and hazards that can damage businesses and threaten the global economy: terrorist attacks, natural disasters, corruption, labor disputes, and more.
PREMIUM
By Michael Levans · May 17, 2016
A recent Aberdeen Group study revealed that over 75 percent of manufacturing companies plan to make investing in global trade management (GTM) platforms a top focus for their organizations.
PREMIUM
By Michael Levans · May 17, 2016
Global shippers are well aware of the number of new trade agreements being inked that will make it easier for U.S. organizations to not only source product from emerging markets, but also open the door to deliver goods into quickly growing consumer bases.
WHITE PAPER
By Admin · February 23, 2016
Will Big Data, the Internet of Things and connected environments driven by sensor technologies be the drivers behind these improvements?
By Bridget McCrea · February 1, 2016
We examine the key drivers of global trade management (GTM) software growth and why more shippers will need to put it to work in the near future.
By Jeff Berman · January 12, 2016
ERP bellwether SAP said this week its SAP Global Trade Services (SAP GTS) application has received certification from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) for Entry Summaries.
WEBCAST
By LM Staff · October 19, 2015
The increasing complexities introduced by global trade are forcing companies to get more strategic in their importing and exporting approaches. During this webcast you’ll hear how NCR Corporation put a global trade management (GTM) solution to work to get a handle on their total landed costs worldwide.
By Bridget McCrea · March 1, 2015
Thanks to the complications introduced by global trade, shippers are getting more strategic in their import/export approaches. In fact, more shippers are being forced away from spreadsheet-based compliance and adopting global trade management (GTM) solutions to get a better view into this increasingly intricate process.
By Michael Levans · March 1, 2015
If you’re one of the more than 70,000 shippers who are getting their daily logistics and freight transportation news on logisticsmgmt.com, you’re well aware of the number of new trade agreements being inked that will make it easier for U.S. organizations to not only source product from emerging markets, but also open the door to deliver goods into quickly growing consumer bases.
By Bridget McCrea · March 1, 2014
According to recent market surveys, too many global shippers are still using a mix of manual processes and homegrown systems to manage global trade. Our analysts say “enough is enough.”
<p>Respondents see supply chain visibility and event management as the most important SCM application for 2014, followed by strategic sourcing and supply base management.</p> By Bridget McCrea · February 1, 2013
As more companies move into expanding markets, more logistics professionals are turning to global trade management (GTM) solutions to help manage the increasingly complex import and export landscapes.
WHITE PAPER
By George Kokoris · January 9, 2013
This eBook examines three distinct challenges faced by today’s retailers and how a global trade management system from Amber Road can help them succeed.
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This year’s findings indicate a leveling off from last year’s welcome spike, but also indicate a higher overall investment by those firms that are buying new or upgrading software. For 2012, the market appears to be progressing on a slow-and-steady growth path that isn’t expected to let up anytime soon.
By Bridget McCrea · May 1, 2012
This year’s findings indicate a leveling off from last year’s welcome spike, but also indicate a higher overall investment by those firms that are buying new or upgrading. For 2012, the market appears to be progressing on a slow-and-steady growth path that isn’t expected to let up anytime soon.

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