Importance of e-customs technologies

In the context of modern economic integration and the rapid expansion of export – import cargo transportation, customs offices are of particular importance in ensuring the sovereignty and economic protection of the state. In most developed and developing countries, the fees collected by the customs authorities represent a significant part of the budget. The amount of tax depends directly on the permeability of the border (starting with the rapid and organized collection of necessary documents and permits, processing of customs declarations, and ensuring the continuation of the customs clearance process and the control of goods already removed from the customs territory).

Given the importance of these processes, in many countries, customs offices have moved from paper to electronic document processing. Customs offices implement one-stop-shop systems for providing information on the processing of permits and other customs documents. Customs are shifting to automated customs process management systems – electronic customs.

Since 2006, InnoForce experts have actively participated in electronic customs development projects in Lithuania, Kazakhstan and Tajikistan. The experience of the company’s professionals has been used to develop various electronic customs information systems and separate subsystems. Customs declaration processing and control, risk management, automated control of applicable tax, customs accounting and collection controls, post-clearance customs clearance, debt accounting and collection, and other subsystems have been developed. Our expertise also includes the application of the customs legislation requirements of individual states, European Union and Eurasian Economic Union Customs Union.

Competencies and knowledge in e-customs

Knowledge of the European Union, EurAzES (Eurasian Economic Union) Customs Union, Lithuanian, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan Customs Legislation;
Knowledge and practical application of the most advanced methods of developing electronic customs systems;
Modeling of operational processes;
Development and automation of algorithms for work-intensive processes requiring complex calculations;
Interaction between structures and models of related services and organizations;
Definition of qualitative and quantitative system performance indicators;
Development of information systems architecture with regard to a particular operating model;
Preparation of functionality and technical requirements;
Design, development, implementation and integration of information system components into a unified processes management and control system;
Managing multifaceted and complex projects.