Upcoming Webinar: U.S. Trade Policy Is Changing Rapidly & So May Your Job!

Posted by Julia Gorman

After lying dormant for almost 30 years, U.S. trade policy has been swept up in a whirlwind of change – and, surprise, your trade compliance job may get caught in the storm too! Your imports of a variety of products just became more expensive with the imposition of special tariffs and import restrictions. 

Join Amber Road’s Global Trade Academy’s upcoming webinar, U.S. Trade Policy Is Changing Rapidly - And So May Your Job!, on June 26th at 2:00PM EDT.

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Topics: Webinars, Global Trade Academy, Trade Compliance

The Digital Global Supply Chain: Party of the Year!

Posted by Julia Gorman

You were invited to the digital supply chain party – but are you going? Considering the added value of collaboration, analytics, automation, and flexibility, it’s a hard invitation to pass up. However, many global companies struggle to justify the cost of a global trade management solution, which is your ticket into the party.

Amber Road is excited to sponsor the ARC Advisory Group report, The Digital Supply Chain: Don’t Get Left Out Of The Party. The report looks at the digital global supply chain as a pot-luck dinner party. As the goal of a pot-luck dinner is to gather a variety of food and good company, a successful pot-luck requires planning and coordination by the host.

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Topics: Global Trade Management, Global Supply Chain

A CFO's Guide to Transforming the Global Supply Chain

Posted by Joseph Gabro

As CFOs move beyond traditional accounting responsibilities to take on strategic roles in their organizations, many realize that they must do more to optimize their global supply chains. The solution? Implementing a digital model of the global supply chain to better share, process, and analyze information.

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Topics: Global Trade Management Software, GTM Best Practices, Global Trade Management

Get a Grasp on ACE and the PGAs with Trade Automation

Posted by Julia Gorman

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) set up Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) with the intent of providing importers a "single window" to submit data to other U.S. agencies. But instead of finding a steady mark to hit, shippers are struggling with the complexities of importing under ACE and the partner government agencies (PGAs). 

A Moving Target: The Complexities of Importing Under ACE And The PGAs is an American Shipper white paper that exposes the uneven levels of ACE integration from PGAs. As the sponsor of this white paper, Amber Road contributes to the conversation by offering how global trade management automation can help importers navigate among the chaos.

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Topics: Import Compliance, Trade Compliance

Amber Road and Dow Jones Partner to Deliver Expanded Restricted Party Screening Capabilities

Posted by Kelsey Barker

Today, Amber Road announced a new partnership with Dow Jones Risk & Compliance to offer enhanced Restricted Party Screening (RPS).

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Topics: Global Trade Content, Import Compliance, Export Compliance, Restricted Party Screening, Export Violations, Global Knowledge

Navigating Your Way Through Global Trade Uncertainties

Posted by David Hamilton

Today’s global trade market, subject to volatility and constant changes, presents several challenges to international companies and their supply chains. Risks to supply chains are normally categorized into issues such as production errors, unanticipated weather events, labor disputes, and qualms with supplier reliability. While these are all legitimate fears that any sensible company should monitor, special attention should also be paid to addressing global trade uncertainties—modifications in economic and political trade policies that precede shifts in regulatory compliance standards.

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Topics: Duty Management, Global Trade Management, Import Compliance, Export Compliance, Trade Compliance

Hot Off the Press in May 2018! What Amber Road Experts Are Working On

Posted by Veronika Clough

Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Amber Road talks about managing supply chain costs, shipping perishable goods, global trade rules and regulatory compliance solutions, and moving the workload to the vendor-level in this month’s press coverage.

Amber Road's industry leaders have a lot to say, and this month features pieces written by Gary Barraco (Director, Global Product Marketing) and Andrew Cheung (Vice President of Implementation). This issue also features an exciting press release for Amber Road's export compliance solution targeted at universities & research institutions. Check it out!

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Topics: Press Releases

There’s Money in the Material: Hear from Deckers Brands at Product Innovation Apparel

Posted by Julia Gorman

Consumers want speed - fashion brands need to deliver or fall behind. The need for speed trickles all the way down to product design. To stay in the game, brands need to fully transform their supply chains in order to streamline operations without sacrificing quality. From raw material order processes to supply chain visibility, brands have turned to technology to ensure flexibility, agility and visibility from conception to delivery.

Amber Road is excited to attend the 2018 Product Innovation Apparel Workshop in New York City from June 19 to 20. PI Apparel serves as a platform for technology and software providers to share the solutions that are disrupting the fashion, apparel and footwear industry.

Amber Road will kick off Day 2 of the conference with a Think Tank session: ‘There’s Money in the Material: Reducing Material Spend.’ Amber Road’s Gary Barraco, Director of Global Product Marketing, and Cheryl Layne, Customer Success Champion, will lead the session alongside Deckers Brands’ Director of Materials, John Graebin. The Think Tank will take place June 20th at 8:30AM on the second floor of the library in room 3.

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Topics: Events, Global Supply Chain, Material Order Visibility

Controlling Shipping Costs via Multi-Modal Freight Rate Visibility

Posted by David Hamilton

In a 2017 American Shipper Report on global sourcing, 58% of shippers indicated that their biggest concern today is rising transportation costs. Shipping rates are climbing much faster than in the past, mostly due to heightened consumer expectations of fast home deliveries. An expanding network of inventory distribution points adds further strain on supply chain professionals.

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Topics: Contract & Rate Management, Carrier Selection & Booking, Transportation Management

Tit-for-Tat Tariffs Call for Closer Calculations

Posted by Gary M. Barraco

Uncertainty over trade tariffs is already putting the squeeze on US companies. The recent tit-for-tat moves by the US and China sent ripples across the markets that turned into bigger waves across supply chains around the world. But this and other trade mêlées are adding another level of risk to cross-border shippers that go deep. Companies have to be agile enough to react to these and other changes and adapt their supply chains to avert disaster.

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Topics: Landed Cost Calculation, Duty Management

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