Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading source of trusted answers for businesses and professionals, today announced that Checkpoint Global HS has been named winner in the category of Best Content Search & Discovery Solution for the 2016 SIIA CODiE Awards.
“As global import classification becomes more challenging, our goal is to make it easier for our customers to comply by simplifying the classification process through Checkpoint Global HS,” said Brett Notine, senior vice president of specialty segments with the Thomson Reuters Tax & Accounting business. “This award underscores the effectiveness of this product, and of the analytical and technical input that’s gone into its development to ensure we provide customers with a cutting-edge solution.”
As an online tool, Thomson Reuters Checkpoint Global HS streamlines the Harmonized Schedule (HS) commodity classification process for international trade professionals responsible for classifying imported products globally. It contains schedules and duty rate information for 160+ countries, and supports global traders to:
Classify imported products more efficiently with an intuitive search that delivers accurate classifications
Save time and ensure accuracy with an interactive process that addresses missing product details
Take advantage of intelligent search logic that recognizes eponymous trade names, CAS numbers and common acronyms
Easily compare duty rates from multiple countries with Create-a-Chart
Be confident with search details and classification rationale saved for a customs-ready audit trail
Thomson Reuters supports global trade professionals with a full line of trade compliance solutions that include the Checkpoint Trade family of research products and the ONESOURCE Global Trade solution for trade automation.