A wide array of business operations are experiencing common problems limiting their ability to execute on their vision. People and process challenges are hampering performance efficiencies, and screening operations are not immune. Among the key factors:
• skilled labor shortages
• the speed of technology developments outpacing the ability of the labor force to understand how to maximize the updates and improvements and
• increased workloads overall
But there is a strategy for relieving some of these pressures: harness the power of technology integration to achieve efficiencies to get more out of what you have.
First, define your vision and mission for inspection. Is it to:
• Increase ease of trade with partner countries?
• Fortify secondary inspection capabilities?
• Elevate primary inspection capabilities?
• Migrate analysis to a centralized location?
• Grasp every detail about every shipment coming through the inspection site?
• All of the above?
Whatever your inspection vision, you must assess the current state of your hardware and software systems. Is the status quo good enough to carry your program into the future?
If the answer is no, you must align your vision with both current and future systems. Combine these into a workflow that will ensure your operation is getting the most out of technology to achieve maximum efficiencies.
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