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Integrating Global Trade Management into Your Order Management System David Morgenstern Kewill.
Order Management Integrated Global Trade Management:Provides compliance screening prior to order acceptance, and proper trade documentation (including international carrier manifesting) for shipment, driven directly through an Oracle interface.
Entity List BIS, Commerce Dept
EAR General Orders BIS, Commerce Dept.
Unverified List (BIS Red Flag) BIS, Commerce Dept.
Debarred Parties List DDTC, State Dept.
Other Weapons Proliferation Sanctions Bureau of Political-Military Affairs, State Dept.
Specially Designated Nationals
Terrorists, Narcotic Traffickers and the other Blocked Persons OFAC, Treasury Dept
Foreign Terrorist Organizations State Department
Convicted Factories Customs, Homeland Security Department
Foreign Entities violating Textile Transshipment and Country of Origin Customs, Homeland
Primary Money Laundering Concern Institutions List Treasury Department
Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)
Monetary Authority of Singapore (Anti-Terrorism Measures
United Nations Security Council Al-Qaida/Taliban Sanctions (UN)
OSFI Consolidated List (Individuals & Entities) Canada
OSFI Cumulative Warning List Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions Canada
Combating Terrorism List Council of the European Union EU/UKWhy would you need a system to do this?
Before- 3 to 5 Hours, Minimum
Often, days or weeks to complete process
3-5 Minute Turnaround
Oracle ITM Adaptor
Multi-Carrier Parcel Shipping
Denied Party, Country, and Goods Screening
Can happen multiple times in order process:
Receipt of Order
Shipment of Goods
High Integration Need into/out of Oracle11i:
Order Management (consignee name and country for screening)
Distribution system (final screen checks before shipment)
Currency is critical to demonstrable/auditable Compliance
Documentation sets vary by Country
High information requirements for document completion
Identification of goods
Requisite License information
High Integration need into/out of Oracle 11i
Order Entry (country of distribution)
Distribution (Alignment of documentation sets JIT with shipment)
Creation/Integration of documents at point of shipment
accelerates revenue recognition
Must Incorporate Worldwide Business Rules
Ground vs. Air
High integration need into/out of Oracle 11i:
Order Management (customer carrier/service selection)
Inventory (Item Deductions)
Customer Service (Shipment Tracking)
Accounting (Revenue Recognition)
Coordination of executables (documentation and labels) and
internal data (status and tracking) comprise integration elements