GLOBAL WIZARD

Export Documentation Software, Denied Persons Screening, and Compliance System for International Trade

Welcome to Global Wizard, the timesaver of international trade. Global Wizard is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) application that includes the modules your company needs to complete Denied Persons Screening, determine International Trade Requirements, and fulfill Import/Export Documentation Requirements for over 200 countries. Our program assists global traders in the generation of import and export documents and completing the trade compliance process.

Designed and updated by global trade experts, and hosted and managed on our secure and reliable dedicated servers, Global Wizard makes international trading easier, faster, and more cost effective for businesses. Since it is based on transaction-based pricing, the system has a rapid payoff and a high return on investment (ROI) for small and large companies alike.

How can Global Wizard help your company? Visit our product pages, watch a quick Global Wizard product demo, and if you have any questions or would like more information please Contact Us today.


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  • GPDR (General Data Protection Regulation)
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  • Are You Screening?
    Since mid 2003 Global Wizard has offered Denied Party Screening Services as part of the full Global Wizard software suite. “In the beginning” – our beginning – the lists we tracked and offered contained about 8,000 names.  Today that’s closer to 62,000. Commonly called Restricted Party Screening, Denied Party Screening... Read more »

  • Routed Export Transactions and Rules
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  • Wine for the World
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