International trade is an opportunity for large companies, but small and medium-sized companies are struggling with high prices. When trying to sell their products and services in international markets, they struggle to find information about their customers and suppliers. They struggle to synchronize the constraints of compliance and payment.
Many documents are still physically sent using a courier and the cost of digital collaboration systems allowing scanning and examination of documents are prohibitive. Banks, financial institutions, companies are therefore losing customers, struggling to service import and export transactions.
Moreover, in a context of COVID-19, companies, large or small, have increased the opportunities to sell at any time, instantly and anywhere in the world.