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Dubai Customs' Web-Based, Service-Oriented Architecture Streamlines Trade Transactions

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Oracle Corp.
Published:  Sep 07, 2012
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With a trade growth of more than 20% per year, Dubai Customs required a new operating model, based upon a service-oriented approach, to deliver the flexibility and scalability needed to accommodate existing and projected levels of trade. Additionally, to increase efficiency and reduce unneeded use of internal resources, Dubai Customs aimed to implement a Web-based, self-service system for its customers that would enable them to manage customs declarations seamlessly, rapidly, and accurately.

As a result, Dubai Customs leveraged Oracle Database and Oracle Business Intelligence, among other solutions, to achieve business intelligence from customs declarations—gaining risk assessment and risk scoring capabilities, as well as insight that supports the organization’s mission of facilitating a legitimate, safe world trade movement.

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