Special Report on
Cargo Management Reengineering
Cargo Management Reengineering - Trends
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The Australian Customs Service has begun a $30-million project to establish a seamless cargo management system for Australian businesses trading with the world. Col Vassarotti explains how the new system will streamline Customs procedures and reduce business costs. CMR is a big project with a profound impact on the efficiency of Australia's trade. Its success will be measured by the improvements to industry's needs for speed and simplicity. The new cargo system, expected to come on stream in 2001, will: speed clearance of ...
The Customs Cargo Management Reengineering (CMR) Project dates back to 1996. In the outsourcing contract, provision was made for the redevelopment of the legacy systems implemented in the mid-1980s. These had been intended to last for ten years (the time that their predecessors had operated for) but it was now certain that they would continue to operate for far longer. While the technology was old (ten years is a very long time in IT), it was far from clear that any great benefit would accrue for merely upgrading it. Instead, the IT branch considered the possibility of ... Read More
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