- NEW! AberdeenGroup: Globalization: Linking Supply Chain Transformation to the Profit and Loss Statement
Aberdeen Group’s survey of 136 global exporters and importers in August and September 2010 reveals that trade compliance teams are actively revamping and augmenting their Global Trade Management (GTM) and specifically their Global Trade Compliance (GTC) programs to stay current with supply and demand fluctuations, growing global operations, increasing operational complexity and risk, and trade lane changes.
- AberdeenGroup: Global Trade Compliance Priorities in 2008: This report from AberdeenGroup examines the strategic compliance practices and initiatives of 340 exporters and importers, as global trade compliance is being transformed from a back-office function to a top priority of international corporations.
- AMR Research: RPS On Demand Takes Complexity Out of Global Trade Management: For companies involved in export, restricted party screening is usually the first task automated to eliminate the time-consuming and error-prone manual search and matching process. In this recent article, AMR Research highlights the value of using an automated solution for restricted party screening (RPS).
- AberdeenGroup: Five Ways to Increase the Business Value of Trade Compliance: In this research report, Aberdeen Group found that few companies have examined and quantified the financial benefits that their trade compliance group brings to their company or assessed fully where the greatest opportunities are for driving further improvement.
- AberdeenGroup: Best Practice in International Logistics: This report profiles how top companies are cutting costs and improving service levels by transforming their global inventory control, transportation spend management, import/export process management, and international logistics outsourcing practices.