A recent survey found that only 53% of exporters have a full Export Compliance Program (ECP) in place. This means quite a few companies, both large and small, are vulnerable to risks in their supply chain. Companies that do not exercise due diligence are more susceptible to committing infractions, which can result in penalties and fines. Is this a risk your company is willing to take?
This white paper discusses eight critical components that are involved in the implementation of an export compliance program:
Organization Profile and Risk Assessment
Automated Export Compliance Management
Training and Communication
Audits and Assessments
Handling Export Violations
Building an Export Compliance Manual
Learn how automation can assist exporters in supporting their overall objective: minimizing risk and streamlining the supply chain while keeping operational costs at bay.