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Automating international trade

through SAP GTS


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Current Global Trade
environment
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Current global trade environment


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Revenue growth through new products and markets
Reduce landed costs
Just-in-time inventory management
Global Sourcing / Supply
Chain
Manage complex compliance operations
Manage warehousing / distribution structures
Tax and Trade-Aligned Supply
Chain
Control flow of funds
Reduce settlement times
Enhanced reporting requirements
Trade Finance
Adapt to continually changing environments
Increased risks, fines, and penalties
New security programmes and requirements
Trade Regulatory Compliance
Economic downturn
Pressure to reduce costs
Short turnaround for customer satisfaction
Economic Pressure &
Customer Demands
Drivers for adoption of a global
international trade & compliance platform
C-TPAT
10+2
AES
TSCA
EAR/ITAR
NAFTA
..


US
MASP
US RE-EXPORT
AEO
REACH
Dangerous
Subst
Dual use/AVV
EFTA , PANMED
and PANEU


EU
Kyoto Protocol
NOM
SEMARNAT
OHSAS 18000


Latin America
China RoHS
Air Toxics NEPM
Air NEPM
eFiling


APAC
CEPA
Clean Air Act
Toxic Subst Mgt


Canada
International trade compliance is continually becoming more complex, leading to an increase in cost and
risk exposure
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Synergies between international trade
requirements identified
International trade requirements
MASP (EU),
ABI/AES (US),
AU, NZ,
E-Filing
AEO (EU),
CTPAT (US),

Security
certificates
REACH (EU),
TSCA (US), Air
NEPM (AU),
RoHS (CN),
Environmental
legislation
Dual use (EU),
AVV (DE),
EAR/ITAR
(US),
Import/Export
compliance
Transfer
Pricing
VAT (EU),
Intrastat (EU),

Other
...
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Business Unit 3
Business Unit 2
Business Unit 1
Make sure synergies are identified and more importantly that compliance processes are aligned
and consistent across all areas
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Key principles for
Global trade solutions
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Key principles for Global trade solutions
Global trade solution streamline and automate processes related to following aspects:
Customs
Management
Regulatory
Compliance
Trade Financing &
Financial
Settlement
Ocean/Air
Procurement &
Contract
Management
Global Trade
Visibility
Manage customs processes
Communicate electronically with authorities
Classification of goods
Produce trade related documents
Manage preferential trade schemes
Sanctioned party list screening
Embargo checks
Import/Export license controls
Letter of Credit management
Insurance management
PO/Invoice/BoL reconciliation
Financial settlement
Trade contract negotiation
Contract compliance management
Freight allocation planning
Fully-calculated rates
BoL auditing
Trade statistics
Manufacturing status
Inventory statuses
Compliance activities
Global Trade
solutions
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Key principles for global trade solution
Local, regional or global
SAAS solutions or in-house installed applications
Level of ERP integration
Customs/logistics oriented or export control/compliance oriented
Pricing model (transactional, license fee based, )
Company history (joint ventures, mergers, )
A global trade solution should be selected, based on the relevant differentiators and customer
specific needs:
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SAP Global Trade Services
as global trade solution
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SAP GTS Solution Map
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SAP GRC Global Trade Services - Functions
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Source: SAP




Data transfer feeder systems SAP GTS
SAP GTS is connected to one or several feeder systems from where master data and
transactional data is transferred to the SAP GTS database

GTS uses data created in connected ERP systems.
Master data and transactional data is transferred to GTS
from the feeder system.
The feeder systems can be both SAP (ERP, SCM, SRM
or CRM) or any non-SAP systems.
No updates to documents or master data in GTS is
replicated in the feeder systems. One way transfer!


Documents
SO, PO & Deliveries
Materials
Business
Partners
Vendors & Customers
SAP R/3 system
Documents
SO, PO & Deliveries
Materials
Business
Partners
Vendors & Customers
SAP R/3 system
Documents
SO, PO & Deliveries
Materials
Business
Partners
Vendors & Customers
SAP R/3 system
Documents
SO, PO & Deliveries Materials
Business
Partners
Vendors & Customers
Non SAP
system
Materials
Business
Partners
Vendors & Customers
Documents
SO, PO & Deliveries
SAP GTS
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Source: SAP
SAP GTS
Inbound Functionalities
ERP System
SAP GTS
Shipping notification Goods receipt Purchase order
SPL screening
Embargo check
Import license mgmt.
IPR/FTZ/OPR
Import document
LoC-compliant
printing
Import compliance
precheck
Open letters of credit
Import document

Product and
business
master
data
Import
number
classification
(HTS and so on)
Duty rate
upload
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SAP GTS
Outbound Functionalities
ERP System
SAP GTS
Product and
business
master
data
Sales order
SPL screening
Embargo check
Export license mgmt.
Customs Warehouse
IPR/FTZ/OPR

Export document
LoC-compliant
printing
Export compliance
precheck
Letter of credit (LoC)
check and assignment
Export
number
classification
(CN code and
so on)
Delivery Invoice
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Source: SAP
Master data
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Classification
Best Practice with SAP GTS
AS-IS Infrastructure Best Practice TO-BE
Fragmented ERP systems and foreign
trade practices across business units
Data is collected in many systems
Relatively difficult to change
Higher IT maintenance costs
Difficult to standardize compliance
processes

An enterprise-wide, trade compliance
centralized system
Shared data
Easy to modify process as requirements
change
Lower IT maintenance costs
Standardization of compliance processes

Broker
Customs
Carriers
Business systems
Decentralized
Systems within
each business unit Centralized
GTS
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Classification
Product Master



Classification
Product Master

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Customs Management
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Customs Management
General
Customs authorities are a.o. involved in international trade processes wherever goods are given a customs
approved destination or treatment by means of a customs declaration.

The import and export process involves the filing of customs declarations in accordance with the local
requirements from the country/region concerned.

Depending on the country/region where the customs declaration will be filed, different requirements need
to be met:

The operator has to file its customs declarations electronically (or paper-based for fall-back
procedure)
The operator has to file its customs declarations either
Transaction based (i.e. per incoming and outgoing movement)
Periodic based (i.e. per week or month, where feasible)
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SAP ERP
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SAP GTS
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SAP GTS
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SAP GTS
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GTS Roadmap Planning
October 2011
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GTS Release Planning Localisation for Sweden and Norway
2011 2012 2014 2013
GA: GRC 10.0
incl. GTS 10.0
GRC 10.0
Ramp-Up incl.
GTS 10.0
RTC: GTS 10.1*
GTS Legal
Change / SPxx
as reqd
Roll-In
Roll-Out
Roll-In
Roll-Out
Roll-In
Roll-Out
Q2 2012
Export
SE*
Q3 2012
Import
SE*
Q4 2012
BWH
SE*
Q1 2013
Import
NO*
Part of GTS 10.1
SP of GTS 10.1
SP of GTS 10.1
SP of GTS 10.1
Q3 2013
Export
NO**
Q1 2014
BWH
NO**
SP of GTS 10.1
Part of GTS 10.x
* planned future functionality, included in product backlog
** planned future functionality
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