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WCO Data Model Version 3.11: What you should know about the new version, and what does it mean for your implementation? – Webinar
WCO Data Model – Global Standard for Seamless Cross-border Regulatory Transactions
14. October @ 11:00 – 12:00 CEST
As of now, the WCO Data Model version 3.11 is available in the GEFEG.FX Distribution, which follows the World Customs Organisation’s release of its latest version of the Data Model. The new version includes changes and updates introduced by users from Customs Authorities from around the globe, then approved and published by the Data Model Projects Team (DMPT). The Data Model Project Team is the responsible body for the development and maintenance of the WCO Data Model.
What Business and Technical users should know about the new WCO Data Model version 3.11 in GEFEG.FX
In the webinar we will provide an overview about the deliverables, changes and their potential impacts on existing and planned implementations to business and technical implementers of the WCO Data Model. Additionally, we will briefly present the How-to documents that support users in applying all typical steps to implement and migrate to a new version of the WCO Data Model. And last but not least, the webinar offers a Questions & Answers session so that participants may raise questions and provide comments.
Webinar Topics of What is new in the WCO Data Model Version 3.11, and what does it mean for my implementation?
- Quick overview of the new WCO Data Model version 3.11 and its GEFEG deliverables
- Guidelines and How-To-Documents supporting implementation of the WCO Data Model
- Questions & Answers session for technical implementers and business users
Who should attend?
Business experts and technical implementers of the WCO Data Model, GEFEG.FX users
What should you already know?
Practical experience with GEFEG.FX and the WCO Data Model
How much time will the webinar take?
Approx. 55 – 60 minutes
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