To gain insight into the current scope and scale of compliance tracking within the Canadian trade community, we surveyed members of IE Canada (Canadian Association of Importers and Exporters), the CITT (Canadian Institute of Traffic and Transportation), and clients of GHY International.
The results revealed several trends that correlate with our experience in the Canadian and U.S. trade communities across a broad cross section of industries, company sizes, and locations.
The findings of our survey suggest that KPIs for compliance are in their early stages of use for compliance variables, with most measures centered on compliance outcomes such as fines, penalties, regulatory audit consequences, storage, and demurrage.
Other posts in this series:
- Trade Compliance KPI Survey: Organizational Visibility
- Trade Compliance KPI Survey: Link to Corporate Strategy
- Trade Compliance KPI Survey: Usage
- Why Track Compliance via KPIs?
- Connecting KPIs to Compliance
- 5 Questions to Develop Relevant Key Performance Indicators
- Defining Key Performance Indicators
- Using Key Performance Indicators to Manage for Compliance Success
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