Despite attempts by the U.S. government to streamline export regulation and stoke growth of exported goods, it remains a tricky and evolving process. This year’s report takes a deeper look at how exporters are managing their export documentation in the wake of the latest AES deadlines last year.
This report, co-produced with BPE Global and AAEI, also continues our examination of the level of involvement export practitioners have in strategic areas like new markets and mergers and acquisitions, as well as their path to invest in technology solutions designed to make the export compliance process more efficient.
Key themes include:
- The role of compliance and operations personnel in strategic export decisions
- Organizational structures and responsibilities
- How shippers file their EEIs
- Whether investment is available to invest in export technology
- How system delivery model choices are changing