CUPIA invited as an Official Observer to the 46th Conference of CCLEC

Jung Suk Kim from CUPIA is giving a presentation on ‘The Use of Artificial Intelligence in Customs Compliance.’

Buoyed by the significant interest at the Executive Committee in February, CUPIA was once again invited as an official observer to the 46th Conference of CCLEC (Caribbean Customs Law Enforcement Council). At this event, held in Nassau, Bahamas, the CUPIA delegation presented on two agenda items to the attendees and set up an exhibition booth to promote their solutions, attracting considerable attention.

In particular, CUPIA developed and demonstrated a duty-free shop management module, addressing the common needs of Caribbean countries, which received great enthusiasm. Attendees from several countries took the time to visit the booth separately to watch demonstrations of CUPIA’s e-PASS solution and provided positive feedback.

The CUPIA delegation is conducting a live demo of the e-PASS solution for CCLEC attendees

CUPIA’s e-PASS solution allows the integration of all core functions of UNI-PASS without any separate licensing fees. Additionally, even with minimal implementation and maintenance costs, users can enjoy sufficient technical support services and continuous upgrades (such as the aforementioned duty-free shop management module).