Integrating new customs software in existing IT environments is frequently tied to problems.

Seemingly simple interfaces prove to be complex or prone to errors once you take a look at their complexities. Release changes, or even just the smallest of system changes, in one of the related systems can bring the entire data flow to a halt.

The consequences reach from long response times to erroneous or inconsistent data stocks, and even to production outages.

Organisations are increasingly searching for integrated solutions. This is especially true for customs software; systems must be adjusted continuously to worldwide import and export rules, supply prohibitions or anti-terrorism directives. 

For the optimal integration of a highly specialised customs management suite, there are six factors of success. Find out what they are in our eBook: Connectivity – 6 Steps to Buying the Right Customs Management Suite.