Further extending its commitment to helping organizations empower modern value chain operations, Oracle today introduced Oracle Global Trade Intelligence.
Part of Oracle Global Trade Management 6.3.3, Oracle Global Trade Intelligence helps organizations optimize global customs and compliance operations by leveraging global trade data to measure, predict and optimize performance.
“Organizations are moving beyond automation of their global trade processes and are seeking ways to leverage their global trade data to make better business decisions,” said Derek Gittoes, vice president, Value Chain Execution Product Strategy, Oracle. “Oracle Global Trade Intelligence provides this real-time insight to help reduce costs and risks, track and support compliance policies, and streamline global trade processes.”
The new trade analytics module offers easy access to global trade data, enabling organizations to enhance overall decision making by identifying areas for improvement, potential cost savings and process enhancements.
To monitor and analyze business targets, benchmarks and forecasts, Oracle Global Trade Intelligence includes configurable dashboards that enable organizations to build user-defined key global trade performance metrics for import and export transactions worldwide.
In addition, Oracle Global Trade Intelligence features role-based alerting to help ensure appropriate personnel are notified of exceptions and deviations from targets, helping meet overall business goals.
A key component of the information-driven value chain, Oracle Global Trade Management enables companies to optimize and streamline anywhere-to-anywhere business processes related to cross-border trade.