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OCR launches new website

Posted 30 January 2019 · Add Comment

Provider of Global Trade Management Solutions (GTM) solutions, OCR, has announced the launch of its new website, www.ocr-inc.com/uk.



OCR's redesigned online platform features new content with a cleaner, clearer structure, with good navigational features and search capabilities, whilst incorporating a facility to schedule a demonstration to learn more about OCR's suite of Global Trade Management software products..

The site complements OCR’s enterprise cloud-based platform, which provides an overarching range of solutions on the international scale to support all aspects of global trade management.

OCR's GTM enterprise platform automates import and export processes to enable goods to flow smoothly across international borders in the most efficient, compliant and profitable way.

The aim of their solutions is to streamline processes and interface with existing systems, to have a robust end-to-end experience integrating all needs into one application. It enables organisations to dispense with disparate systems for management oversight, separate spreadsheets and other, less effective, manual processes.

 

 

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