BAE Systems – one of the leading aerospace, defence, and security companies in the world – has launched a major IT transformation project in its UK Military Air & Information (MAI) division and selected software solution provider AEB as its partner to standardise and optimise global trade management systems.
Companies managing controlled goods need to comply with US law in addition to UK and EU regulations. As part of its comprehensive solution suite ASSIST4, AEB has released a brand new software module for efficiently managing goods subject to US ITAR. This new product has been designed to meet the latest needs of aerospace and defence businesses to automate and safeguard global trade processes in line with US export control laws.
Companies that engage in international trade rely on effective export control processes throughout their supply chain. How can ERP systems be transformed to meet the complex requirements of export controls? A new white paper by AEB provides answers while detailing requirements, challenges, and the right approach to export controls.
Good news for companies working with SAP®: Flexible, highly specialised solutions for global trade and logistics can deliver great benefits and increase performance. AEB offers a solution just like that: integrated in SAP®, AEB’s ASSIST4 turns business processes into economic engines.
When it comes to supporting global trade and logistics operations, many companies are facing a dilemma: is it better to model processes in the ERP system or turn to best-of-breed solutions? To help companies decide which alternative is more appropriate for them, AEB has published a new white paper.
Export control compliance is a challenging task, particularly for aerospace and defence businesses. Following the success of two initial roadshow events earlier this year, AEB has added two more event dates in June.
AEB and the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport (UK) are inviting supply chain professionals from all industry sectors to their conference about the impacts and opportunities of digitisation. The event takes place on 28th April 2016 from 9 a.m. to 4.15 p.m. in Leamington Spa.
Export control compliance is a challenging task, particularly for aerospace and defence businesses. To support companies in this sector, AEB is organising a roadshow that kicks off on 9th February 2016 in Warwick to introduce solutions aimed at optimising and securing export control processes in dynamic environments.