Working with an accounting firm, e2open received its SSAE18 SOC1 Type II report, which covers the period from January 1, 2022 to September 20, 2022, reporting on internal controls over financial reporting. e2open’s SOC2 Type II report, which covers the period from January 1, 2022 to September 20, 2022 reporting on controls over information technology, security, availability, confidentiality, and related processes.
E2open is powered by a strong global network of problem solvers and innovators driven by strong values and our company culture. Together, we are focused on doing what’s right in business and in our communities. Every month, we will shine a spotlight on an exceptional team member who is helping us transform the supply chain industry. This month, we held a Q&A with Amanda Loudin, Director, Logistics as a Service at e2open.
Despite continued electric vehicle (EV) growth and adoption in Europe, United States automakers are taking a different path. Just a year ago, the entire world was in full pursuit of moving to electric vehicles. Well, in the United States, at least, those times have changed. Pair rising inflation with the high price of EVs, and most economists would predict a slowing in EV customer demand. So, what would that slowdown mean to the automotive manufacturers and the entire EV supply chain?
Earlier this year, we published a blog on customs modernization efforts with a broader scope across the EU, UK, and US. If you are involved in cross-border trade with members of the European Union (EU), you’re likely well-versed in Import Control System 2 (ICS2), the multi-year customs technology upgrade. The EU has increased its focus on heightening supply chain security and safety via the enormous innovation ICS2 will deliver when complete.
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