Global supply chains are complex. Coordinating and managing all the parties and information is imperative if you hope to optimize the opportunities that import and export offer.
Join us for this interactive session on how to build a business case for global trade automation. Learn about the critical tasks to ensure approval for your automation project and how to set your organization up for a successful implementation that delivers a return on investment. Our presenters will give you tangible examples and strategies to succeed. They will share tactics on how to include your key stakeholders in the business case and garner their support. In this presentation we will cover:
• Why automate import, export and supply chain processes?
• Factors to consider in building your business case
• Mitigating the cost of implementation
• Increasing the Return On Investment
Renee Roe - Director at BPE Global
As a director at BPE Global, Renee is armed with over 25 years of practical expertise in the field of international trade to guide BPE’s clientele through the often challenging regulatory roadblocks of cross-border transactions. She is a subject matter expert in establishing the framework for setting up the foundation for a robust trade compliance program. She also specializes in GTM solution selection and implementation, traffic/logistics issues and on-demand operational support for firms which do not have the budget for full-time
Derek is at the forefront of leveraging global trade technology to create operational vale and strategic advantage for Vigilant's clients. Formerly, as VP of Business Development for EntryPoint Consulting he learned firsthand the importance of trade automation by helping support one of the most successful SAP GTS programs in the United States. Derek's background running global op