EXPO NEWS: My Duty Collect and Reason Solutions sign exclusive deal at Parcel+Post Expo

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My Duty Collect and Reason Solutions have entered into a cooperation agreement that combines the My Duty Collect cross-border customs, taxes and compliance portfolio and Reason Solutions’ technology platform for postal administrations around the world.

The proposition, which was agreed at Parcel+Post Expo in Frankfurt on October 19, brings together My Duty Collect’s Cross-Border Compliance system (HS codes, landed cost, goods screening, IOSS) and Reason Solutions’ Postal Technology Platform (portable post office, track and trace, counter automation), which when combined will deliver a comprehensive ecosystem for postal administrations’ national and international business compliance and stimulate digital transformation.

Additionally, this cooperation facilitates international electronic customs information solutions to support and streamline cross-border e-commerce and parcel growth.

Niall O’Neill, CEO of My Duty Collect, said, “From the ground up, we have the chance to help all businesses sell online cohesively and comprehensively through our PostLocal brand, and our customs solution My Duty Collect means we tie that all together with all the data businesses need for regulatory compliance.

“Reason Solutions are providing solutions to post offices and administrations globally. Their competency comes in the digital postal solution, counter technology and track and trace. Postal companies, particularly in developing nations, have limited budgets and Reason Solutions helps to grow those local economies and accelerate that digital transformation. Our combined solutions really help tap into those businesses who want to be able to sell online. We completely facilitate that and we are delighted to collaborate with Reason Solutions on this exciting and innovative initiative.”

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