Reducing Risk of Export Violations Webcast
Avoid Government Fines and Damaging Restrictions
The U.S. government has imposed multimillion-dollar penalties and considerable operational restrictions on firms in the aerospace and defense (A&D) industry for violating export control regulations, including the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and the Export Administration Regulations (EAR).
SAP, with partners IBM and NextLabs, have developed a new solution to help A&D companies reduce the risk of export violations. Our Webcast addresses specific A&D challenges and industry trends that companies face in achieving compliance. These regulations impact not only the transfer of goods, but technical data, technology, and defense services as well.
A Joint Solution from SAP, IBM, and NextLabs Extends SAP GRC Global Trade Services Functionality
Tune in to hear more about how the SAP GRC Global Trade Services application succeeds in helping you manage ITAR compliance as it relates to physical goods. In addition, you will see how eGRC for Information Export Control –the solution from SAP, IBM Corporation, and NextLabs Inc.– extends the native functionality of SAP GRC Global Trade Services to manage ITAR compliance for technical data.
In addition, this online event provides you with real-world examples of essential ITAR and EAR business processes, including:
ITAR and EAR project management
Technical data policy management
Technical data export
Export license management
Don't risk missing valuable insight into SAP GRC Global Trade Services, the powerful tool that helps you control access to, and distribution of, sensitive information.
The Challenge: ITAR Compliance
Export Compliance for Products
Management of ITAR Controlled Technical Data
Greg Huntington, Industry Principal, SAP Americas
Paul Pessutti, Director Office of the CFO, SAP Americas
Scott Beckett, Associate Partner, IBM Global Business Services
Chris Ott, Principal Systems Engineer, NextLabs Inc.