CUSTOMS Info and Global Data Mining Announces Merger

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Merger will decrease brand confusion and increase internal efficiencies, enabling even better customer service.

Customs Info | Global Data Mining

Customs Info | Global Data Mining

Eight years ago, there was a reason for two companies, but not now. The merger will enable us to closely integrate our Content, Services and Software businesses. This increased collaboration will also mean improved product innovation and customer service.

The Board of CUSTOMS Info LLC and Global Data Mining LLC officially merged the two global trade compliance companies on April 1, 2013.

Historically, CUSTOMS Info focused on trade content, delivering it via a subscription service, packaged for e-commerce or for upload into any Global Trade Management Application like SAP GTS and Oracle GTM.

Global Data Mining historically focused on item compliance software solutions like the Global Trade Desktop and services such as international mapping, validation and classification services.

Now all product lines will be managed and marketed in a more uniform manner.

“As our businesses have grown, they have grown together.” Said Ron Lackey, CEO of Customs Info Global Data Mining. “Eight years ago, there was a reason for two companies, but not today. The merger will enable us to closely integrate our Content, Services and Software businesses. This increased collaboration will also mean improved product innovation and customer service”. Lackey said.

About CUSTOMS Info Global Data Mining:
CUSTOMS Info Global Data Mining help businesses optimize global trade management (GTM) systems and streamline global trade compliance automation. We provide the world’s most comprehensive trade data repository delivered via web-based subscription, API web services or as data to populate any GTM or Landed Cost application. We are the largest provider of duty and tax content for international e-commerce with hundreds of e-commerce sites utilizing our data to provide accurate landed cost information. Our data and services provide faster deliveries and fewer border delays. We help multi-national companies increase the informational value of trade data and the productivity of global trade staff to reduce operating costs, improve customs compliance, accelerate supply chain speed and maximize the return on investment of this corporate function. Areas of expertise include customs classification research, customs auditing and trade data analytics/business intelligence.

Working in conjunction with GTM applications, our strategic partners include SAP, Oracle, MIC and other trade software partners. Please visit http://www.customsinfo.com for more information.
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