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Why Should You Attend:
Compliance professionals face many challenges given the regulations they must support. It is difficult to maintain manual controls in organizations demanding speed and flexibility in business operations. Compliance software expands control over these processes regardless of geography or time. It automates many compliance requirements and allows compliance personnel to focus on exceptions rather than repetitive task executions.
Compliance users desire to integrate these system tools in their daily work but getting them is another matter. They must convince both their management chain and Information Technology boards of the solution value compared to costs. However, Compliance and IT may have differing objectives and constraints that can sink the project.
You can increase your chances of success if you methodically evaluate your requirements, prioritize them, understand how they fit in your company’s IT structure, and compare them to both external software solutions and existing solutions. The ten-step process outlined in this webinar leads to a case for action you can present to both Business and IT management for project approval.
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Who Will Benefit:
Raymond Pechacek is a Global Trade Management/Supply Chain Professional with over 40 years of experience in Trade Compliance, Logistics Management, and IT Systems development and implementation. He managed Import/Export and Logistics operations for a large multinational electronics company and led an international project team responsible for implementing SAP Compliance, Transportation, and Warehouse Management software for all global operations. He worked on multiple Global Trade Management systems projects with a wide range of industry clients as both an independent consultant and with a Big Four consulting firm.
He was Co-Chair of the U.S. Customs Trade Resource Group responsible for providing industry input into the design of the Automated Export System/AES. He also influenced and worked closely with SAP Developers in Walldorf, Germany on Global Trade Services modules and implemented prototype designs.
He received a BBA Degree from the University of Texas at Austin. He is a certified Project Management Professional/PMP and employs project management techniques and principles in his Compliance and Systems work.