Obtaining and maintaining an Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) authorization gives your organization a distinct competitive advantage when it comes to international trade, but it can be a herculean task for customs managers. Collecting and organizing data scattered throughout the organization is not only time-consuming but also error-prone and difficult to manage. Using the good old excel spreadsheets can be a pain if you need to gather inputs from several collaborators and organise, review and validate them in a coherent way.
With the AEO certificate a company can obtain authorisations from Customs Authorities for simplified procedures. The AEO certificate will also result in reduced time-critical customs controls.
Using Customs4trade’s Customs Accounting System (CAS) AEO Tool, you can compile the data you need via one centralised hub. Our experts could analyze your self-assessment and provide guidance to ensure your application meets the AEO requirements. You can rely on us to help you prepare everything you need to be approved and certified by customs.
Cloud-based platform allows for simultaneous contributions from stakeholders in different departments and locations speaking different languages.
All the data for your AEO application can be compiled and accessed via a single, centralised hub, eliminating the use of cumbersome spreadsheets.
Assign questions and create an automated workflow to get answers.
4. Dashboards & reporting
Get a real-time view of completion status of your self-assessment.
The application for AEO certification involves filling out a detailed and extensive self-assessment questionnaire that requires input from a variety of internal stakeholders across departments.
C4T’s cloud-based CAS AEO Tool streamlines the process, significantly reducing time spent by both your internal AEO co-ordinator and various stakeholders. It supports simultaneous collaboration amongst contributors in different locations with different language backgrounds and provides detailed explanations of questionnaire content in a variety of languages. Questions can be assigned to users and coordinators can easily query the system to find out real-time status.
Rik Legrand, Business Process Consultant and Responsible Hardware Change Management, Atos Worldline