Australia and Oceania
The Oceania region is made up of many unique economies that vary wildly in size and strength. The dominant economic powerhouse of the region, Australia, makes up for the majority of imports and exports in the region, but working with other Oceania partners makes for a unique challenge due to a lack of clarity in regulations between them. As smaller economies such as Tonga and Vanuatu continue to trade with larger Oceanic countries such as Australia and New Zealand, it is especially important to clearly understand pertinent trade regulations.
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Watch List Screening
Acquire seamless real-time integration with Oracle, SAP, and other ERP, CRM, Supply Chain Management, or other enterprise systems.
Manage customs filing requirements based on value thresholds, end use checks, destination countries for shipments subject to Export Authorizations for Dual Use and Military Goods.
Automate import order management from ERPs to perform initial compliance checks and balance tracking of order quantity & valuation and Assist declarations.
Effectively monitor activity related to any authorization type, as well as other documents relevant to international trade.
Combines VM features with Watch List screening including GSA SAM federal exclusions list and automated compliance documentation.
Technical Data Exports
Assist with end-to-end export workflow of technical data/technology (tech data) and defense services.
Global Trade Controls
Automate screening for denied parties and export license requirements.
Analyze and validate customs tariffs and export control classifications according to specific customs tariffs and export control commodity lists.
Real-time and batch methodologies to integrate with ERP systems like SAP, Oracle E-Business Suite. This helps users streamline their business processes with seamless integration with OCR’s Denied Party Screening and Export License Determination features.