Customs systems for public administration
These projects are implemented upon request from national customs administration.
Solutions implemented in such projects significantly improve the economy’s competitiveness by enabling:
- simplification of customs procedures,
- reducing the cost of export and import processing,
- streamlined processing of the growing volume of goods in international trade,
- more effective elimination of law violation attempts,
- more effective collection of customs duties.
Based on long-standing experience in developing and maintaining IT customs systems in EU Counties, SKG has developed a conceptual model of a system that may be used for different customs administrations of countries that actively participate in international trade.
The model is based on the following assumption: a customs system does not have a monolithic structure but is made of integrated subsystems, where each of them:
- operates and may be developed irrespective of the other subsystems,
- communicates with other subsystems through well-defined interfaces,
- may work with different hardware and software platforms,
- may come from various providers and be developed in different technologies,
- meets the needs of global and regional economic, trade and customs organisations,
enables rapid and cost-efficient adjustment of functionalities to local and regional needs.