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International Trade Systems announces ITS Web
International Trade Systems (ITS), a leading software provider of US Customs Brokerage and Freight Forwarding Software, announces the release of a new leading edge Web-based system, ITS Web, that links ACE (Automated Commercial Environment) form generation with analytics. It will be available June 1, 2013. ITS Web is certified by ACE and is the only ACE compatible software system with an analytics engine. This new solution offers intuitive functionality, fast data entry, and efficient workflow management wrapped with analytics that helps businesses make better decisions and heighten business performance. Executives will more fully understand their business from point of entry through the delivery of freight.ITS Web analytics reporting includes: Top 100 customers by revenue and profit; bottom 100 customers by revenue/profit; a budget wheel that lets managers and business owners track to their revenue budget by month, quarter, and year; number of entries by user; number of files with error by user; revenue by route and more.
‘ITS has been a valued partner for more than 16 years. Their support keeps us at the leading edge of technology and ensures that we meet our IT challenges within our Customs Brokerage Department and our use of AMS (Automated Manifest System), domestic & Asia,’ said Donna Hutchinson, Associate Director Brokerage & Compliance, Morrison Express.
‘We are pleased to deliver this new, enhanced system that streamlines customs filings through ACE while generating key analytics to help logistics service providers optimize performance and advance their operational capabilities,’ said Steve Platman, President/CEO, International Trade Systems.
ACE is the commercial trade processing system developed by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to serve as the sole portal for electronically transmitted international trade data. By the U.S. Government and the trade community working together, ACE will improve the security, safety, compliance and flow of international trade.
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