The flexible and simple integration of product data in all ATLAS import declarations will be available to Scope customers free of charge starting with Release 22.2. Riege Software, in cooperation with traide.ai, is thus able to offer its customers a full service with seamless data exchange for ATLAS customs declarations, ushering in a new era of customs processes.

traide.ai combines industry experience with state-of-the-art cloud-based technology and creates an excellent complement to existing customs software with its artificial intelligence-based classification tool, which saves resources and makes customs clearance processes more cost-efficient and faster through automation.

“We are pleased to have found a strong partner in Riege Software, who not only correctly assesses the growing and far-reaching importance of having the right customs tariff information, but also shares our great vision,” Leonie Althaus, CEO/ Co-Founder of traide.ai

Based on the individual description of goods, traide.ai manages to determine a suitable customs tariff number within seconds, both by accessing the EZT and based on previously performed search queries. Using the latest AI technology, the important product information is identified, and the appropriate code is then suggested. The actual product description of the current import declaration is automatically transferred via the direct connection to the traide.ai tariffing module in Scope.

The tool independently finds incorrect and obsolete customs tariff numbers and thus helps to be able to make a precise classification. “The integration with traide.ai offers Scope customers real added value for their import declarations - and this is just the beginning. Further features are already under discussion”, says Dirk Heidenfelder, Product Manager Scope Customs at Riege Software.

In addition, Scope customers can look up the “small print” for the selected tariff number with just two clicks - which is particularly important at the moment, as many sanctions, bans, restrictions and changes in customs law are currently the order of the day.