Digitalising your export process and financing doesn't have to be complicated, nor costly.
When developing trace:original in close cooperation with clients, we have found and overcome many challenges. By sharing our learnings we aim to help you avoid pitfalls and take advantage of the benefits of the bill when it comes into force. Here are some questions to support your successful digitalisation.
60% of all global trade is based on UK law. According to the current law it is not possible to possess documents that are intangible. Paper-based processes are inefficient, error-prone, and subject to frequent delays – particularly in times of disruption. There are also the environmental costs of paper to consider.
The UK electronic trade documents bill, when it has passed, will allow electronic documents as long as they fulfill all the necessary legal requirements.This means that an electronic document can be used instead of a paper document. By using electronic documents paper can be eliminated, making trade faster, safer and more economical and sustainable. When allowing electronic documents an important building block is established for future automation in trade and finance.
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