Today global trade equates to change, uncertainty, and disruption. With trade issues dominating the headlines and resulting in regulatory volatility, global trade professionals at multinational companies are challenged like never before. From gathering, consolidating, and interpreting data from disparate sources to dealing with regulations that are increasing at a relentless pace, it may seem impossible to create a sustainable structure that best leverages internal and external resources. To rise to these challenges, many organizations are moving away from the manual processes and disparate solutions of years past and instead looking for an enterprise best-in-class solution that automates and streamlines global trade processes.
While those of us who are deep in the day-to-day complexities of global trade understand the transformative benefits of automation, your senior leadership team may need some convincing— especially if you are looking for budget dollars.
So, how do you make the business case for the funds you need to invest in global trade automation?