Automating foreign trade and customs with S/4HANA

Brexit, US trade protectionism, Iran sanctions, base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS), automatic data exchange, government data analysis – these and other developments demand everything from your global supply and value chain. We will show you how to give it all: with S/4HANA from SAP and the experience of our experts.

With SAP’s new database structure S/4HANA, you can automate your foreign trade and customs processes in a targeted manner. This enables you to use real-time data analyses and significantly improve the transparency of your foreign trade and customs activities. Kai Seela, SAP Senior Director, Solution Management SAP Global Trade Services (GTS), gives you an insight into the diversity of S/4HANA and talks about the GTS roadmap for the coming months.

New technologies such as artificial intelligence, blockchain or robotics are fundamentally changing cross-border trade. You should include this reorganisation in your long-term planning. This is the only way to ensure that your governance structures will continue to cover all relevant aspects in the future: personnel, processes and technologies. On this occasion you will learn how to implement a sustainable and cost-efficient trading solution regardless of the size and complexity of your organisation and how to reconcile it with the governance of your company.

Date and Location
Tuesday, 20 March 2018, PwC Basel (German)
Wednesday, 21 March 2018, PwC Geneva (English)

Registration fee
The event is free of charge.

Please click HERE for further information and HERE for the registration.


One thought on “Automating foreign trade and customs with S/4HANA

  1. This is one of “must have for all supply chain organisation that involves Trade & Customs compliance as trade becomes more and more complex.


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