3rdwave GCM               Global Commerce ManagementBest Practices in Importing/Exporting Ensure Compliance, Reduce Costs,...
PresenterEDWARD (Ned) K. BLINICKNed Blinick is a founding partner, V.P. Sales and Marketing of Blinco Systems Inc.,   deve...
4 Major Challenges for Importers/Exporters • Supply Chain Complexity  •Supply Chain Visibility  •Regulatory Compliance    ...
Few Best in Class Importers/Exporters excel at all GCMfunctionality across the organization and with businesspartners   Be...
Best In Class Capability for Importers and               Exporters #1Strong managerial leadership – Vision- a clear statem...
Best In Class Capability for Importers and               Exporters #2  Professional work force
Best In Class Capability for Importers and               Exporters #3  Complete Supply Chain control  – it is not about wh...
Best In Class Capability Importers and             Exporters #4Strong cross-functional business processes  • Imports: Sour...
Best In Class Capability for Importers and                Exporters #5Extensive integrated global supply chain automation ...
Best In Class Capability for Importers and               Exporters #6  On-Demand Global Supply Chain Visibility  •   visib...
Best In Class Capability for Importers and                Exporters #7Collaboration Infrastructure – internal and external...
Best In Class Capability for Importers and                  Exporters #8Extensive Supply Chain Analysis, Reports and KPIs-...
Best In Class Importers and Exporters excel atexecution processes and managing information.Best in Class Importers and Exp...
Where is the Value in being a Best In   Class Importer or Exporter?
Where is the Value in being a Best In     Class Importer or Exporter?The Hard Numbers:  • ~$100 per ISF and 7501/3461 Entr...
CProduct         3rdwave                                          TRG-ClassifyMaster       Product MasterAccount        3r...
3rdwave GCM      Global Commerce ManagementHow to Deliver Best in Class Import/Export Capability           Contact: Ned Bl...
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Best practices in importing exporting - webinar mar 03,2012

  1. 1. 3rdwave GCM Global Commerce ManagementBest Practices in Importing/Exporting Ensure Compliance, Reduce Costs, Manage Suppliers Contact: Ned Blinick at eblinick@blinco.com (416) 510 8800 ext 234
  2. 2. PresenterEDWARD (Ned) K. BLINICKNed Blinick is a founding partner, V.P. Sales and Marketing of Blinco Systems Inc., developers of 3rdwave Global Commerce Management, Sourcing, Logistics and Distribution solutions.Prior to joining Blinco Systems Inc, Ned was the CEO of a major food importing company supplying major retailers, foodservice and industrial users. Ned pioneered direct container shipments to retail customers for their and private label progams and industrial manufacturers for their manufacturing requirements.
  3. 3. 4 Major Challenges for Importers/Exporters • Supply Chain Complexity •Supply Chain Visibility •Regulatory Compliance • Cost Management
  4. 4. Few Best in Class Importers/Exporters excel at all GCMfunctionality across the organization and with businesspartners Best in Class Import Capabilities 1. Strong managerial leadership – vision 2. Professional work force 3. Full Supply Chain control 4. Strong cross-functional business processes 5. Extensive integrated global supply chain automation 6. On-Demand Global Supply Chain Visibility 7. Collaboration Infrastructure – internal and external 8. Extensive Supply Chain Analysis, Reports and KPIs
  5. 5. Best In Class Capability for Importers and Exporters #1Strong managerial leadership – Vision- a clear statement of how the global supply chain is“to be” is required from management- ongoing support for the implementation of the visionis necessary • budget • visible commitment
  6. 6. Best In Class Capability for Importers and Exporters #2 Professional work force
  7. 7. Best In Class Capability for Importers and Exporters #3 Complete Supply Chain control – it is not about who does the work, it is about managing the suppliers of the products and providers of the services in the supply chain – without the ability to proactively monitor and act with supply chain partners there is limited control.
  8. 8. Best In Class Capability Importers and Exporters #4Strong cross-functional business processes • Imports: Sourcing, Merchandising, Purchasing, Traffic, Compliance, Warehousing, Finance • Exports: Sales, Logistics, Compliance, Finance
  9. 9. Best In Class Capability for Importers and Exporters #5Extensive integrated global supply chain automation • Vendor Visibility • Shipment Execution and Tracking • Regulatory and Business Compliance Support • Total Landed Cost Management • Automated ISF and 7501/3461 Filing Control • Automated AP Auditing, Processing, and Payment • Systemic Event Management
  10. 10. Best In Class Capability for Importers and Exporters #6 On-Demand Global Supply Chain Visibility • visibility into supplier purchase order execution • visibility into service provider traffic performance - real time • visibility into status of customs action and activity • visibility into inventory receipt activity/POD • visibility of product supply chain lifecycle status • visibility into product landed costs (budget to actual)
  11. 11. Best In Class Capability for Importers and Exporters #7Collaboration Infrastructure – internal and external- ability to share internal information across silos w/o duplicate data entry- ability to capture data electronically from external suppliers and service providers- ability to share secure information with suppliers, customers and service providers electronically or through supplier/customer portals
  12. 12. Best In Class Capability for Importers and Exporters #8Extensive Supply Chain Analysis, Reports and KPIs- access to supplier, customer and service provider supply chain performance- access to supplier, customer and service provider financial performance- access to real-time supply chain inventory status reports and querries- access to detailed item and aggregate supply chain cost- ability to establish KPIs and measure supply chain activity
  13. 13. Best In Class Importers and Exporters excel atexecution processes and managing information.Best in Class Importers and Exporters have solutionsthat streamline execution and support informationsharing through data convergence.Best in Class Importers and Exporters excel onintegrated operation execution and informationmanagement from Purchase Order Management,Global TMS, Compliance Management, Integrated 3rdParty Collaboration, Total Landed Cost Management,Automated Customs Filing, to Global InventoryVisibility and Positioning
  14. 14. Where is the Value in being a Best In Class Importer or Exporter?
  15. 15. Where is the Value in being a Best In Class Importer or Exporter?The Hard Numbers: • ~$100 per ISF and 7501/3461 Entry - Automated Customs Clearance • ~2% reduction in Freight Payments - Automated Freight Auditing • 15-30 minute reduction/per container 1-2 person months/500 FCLs (integrated visibility) - Tracking and Execution
  16. 16. CProduct 3rdwave TRG-ClassifyMaster Product MasterAccount 3rdwave C Master Account Master SupplierERP PO 3rdwave PO C C ASN - 856 3rdwave SI Carrier Visibility and Tracking 3rdwave CR C Freight EDI 104, 214,315 Forwarder 3rdwave ISF/FDA C TRG Consolidation/File ISF/FDA PN Filing C Customs 3rdwave 7501 TRG 7501 Consolidation/File Filing/ReleaseWMS 3rdwave Inventory 3rdwave EDI 940 Payables Control WMS Validation
  17. 17. 3rdwave GCM Global Commerce ManagementHow to Deliver Best in Class Import/Export Capability Contact: Ned Blinick at eblinick@blinco.com (416) 510 8800 ext 234

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