University of Miami Streamlines Export Compliance Program to Reduce Deemed Export Risks

Posted by Colleen Bush on Fri, Apr, 4 2014 @ 1:09 PM

cs_UMWith Miami’s beautiful beaches and year-round warm weather, it’s hard to have many worries – unless you are facing deemed export risks. With increasing local, state and federal regulations, the University of Miami (UM) realized its current export compliance processes were reactive and could not effectively manage risks. UM needed a way to improve its export compliance program.

To achieve its goals, UM implemented the restricted party screening module of Amber Road’s Export On-Demand solution. They also use Amber Road to streamline and manage their export license requirements, as well as address challenges in identifying export control classification numbers (ECN) and harmonized tariff schedule (HTS) numbers.

As a result, UM achieved the following benefits:

  • Reduced deemed export risks
  • Enhanced regulatory compliance
  • Improved business efficiency
  • Low total cost of ownership
  • Improved employee compliance awareness

Download the full case study to learn how you can streamline export compliance – and go back to enjoying the sun, surf and sand!

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Topics: Export Management, Deemed Exports, Export Compliance

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