Emma E-Doc stores customs declarations from 350 UK customs brokers
Emma Systems has announced a milestone for their digital customs archive and compliance software, Emma E-Doc. The Emma E-Doc platform now storing customs declarations from an impressive network of 350 UK customs brokers, solidifying its position as the go-to platform for importers and exporters.
"We are thrilled to announce this significant milestone for Emma E-Doc," said Mark Jamieson, VP Operations of Emma Systems.
"Our software has transformed the way customs declarations and supporting documents are managed, providing a unified platform for importers and exporters to efficiently gather, control and store their customs data.”
Emma E-Doc is broker-agnostic and allows importers and exporters to gather all their customs declarations from multiple customs brokers within a single integrated platform.
"Our broker-neutral approach ensures that our customers have the flexibility to work with any customs broker they choose, while still being able to access all their declarations and supporting customs documents in one place."
Additionally, customers can use Emma E-Doc to detect missing declarations and request them from their customs brokers directly within the platform. Emma E-Doc also enables customers to analyze customs data, detect errors in their declarations and request corrections directly within the platform.
"As businesses continue to embrace digital change, we believe that digital customs archives like Emma E-Doc are becoming an essential tool for managing customs documentation," said Mark Jamieson.
"We are committed to continuing to develop innovative solutions that help businesses to streamline their customs processes, reduce paperwork, and stay ahead of the curve in a rapidly evolving digital landscape."
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