It might sound simple to say that every company involved in international trade would benefit from automation, but many companies still don’t fully recognize the value of moving to an automated environment. Perhaps no other aspect of global trade has more latent value than the automation of compliance processes. It reduces the need for shippers to devote human resources to manually re-keying data in documents, or collating spreadsheets from different departments or regions.
It also improves compliance accuracy, as an automated process using accurate underlying data will invariably be more error-free than a manual process. There’s a reason it’s called “human error.” This two-pronged benefit—getting more efficient while becoming more accurate—is what makes compliance technology so compelling…read more.