Global Trade Compliance
What is the importance to denied party screening?
After an organization identifies a new supplier or buyer and confirms the business viability through landed cost calculations as part of the process to enhance supply chain resilience, the next step is denied party screening.
Denied parties – also known as restricted, debarred, and blocked parties – are individuals and companies we are not allowed to do business with because they pose a risk to national security. These entities are unambiguously named in watchlists maintained by governments and world bodies, and include those involved in criminal enterprises, terrorism, and human rights abuses.
Descartes solutions include denied party screening suite of software systems that help organizations screen against hundreds of watchlists simultaneously, returning results in seconds, as well as help keep pace with ever-changing compliance regulations and requirements.
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