Dynamic Global Compliance Management

International Trade and Commerce


Streamlining Compliance Across Diverse Markets


Demonstrating the vast market potential and transformative impact of Enhansa’s solutions in simplifying complex global compliance management, a scenario often daunting with traditional coding but streamlined with Enhansa’s reasoner technology

Problem context

Businesses operating globally face the monumental task of complying with a myriad range of international trade laws, environmental regulations, and local market standards

Pain points

Navigating diverse and frequently changing regulatory landscapes across different countries
The high complexity and cost of coding custom compliance solutions for each market
Risk of non-compliance due to outdated or oversimplified compliance mechanisms

Implementation of a dynamic global compliance management system powered by Enhansa’s reasoning technology

Real-time adaptation to changing regulations across multiple jurisdictions

A unified platform capable of interpreting and applying complex legal and regulatory data

Automated compliance checks and alerts to ensure continuous adherence to global standards

Enhansa’s Semantic Compliance Solutions

Approach and Implementation

Technology utilised

Enhansa components:

PLIE. Policy and Logic Interpretation Engine, consisting of EYE Reasoner and Notation3 (N3)

Hypothetical strategy

Development of a comprehensive semantic database encompassing global trade laws, environmental regulations, and market-specific rules

Integration with business operation systems for seamless compliance monitoring.

Example of N3 Logic Code

Rule for Environmental Compliance Check

@prefix trade: <http://example.org/trade#> .

@prefix reg: <http://example.org/regulation#> .

@prefix ex: <http://example.org/exportItems#> .

# Define Environmental Standards for Countries

ex:USA reg:environmentalStandard reg:LowCarbonEmissionStandard .

ex:Germany reg:environmentalStandard reg:RecyclableMaterialStandard .

ex:Brazil reg:environmentalStandard reg:ToxicChemicalRestrictionStandard .

# Define Material Compliance with Standards

ex:Aluminum reg:complianceRequiredWith reg:RecyclableMaterialStandard, reg:LowCarbonEmissionStandard .

ex:Plastic reg:complianceRequiredWith reg:ToxicChemicalRestrictionStandard .

# Export Product Definitions

ex:Product123 a trade:ExportItem;

               trade:destinationCountry ex:Germany;

               trade:material ex:Aluminum.

ex:Product456 a trade:ExportItem;

               trade:destinationCountry ex:Brazil;

               trade:material ex:Plastic.

# Rule for Compliance Check


    ?product a trade:ExportItem;

             trade:destinationCountry ?country;

             trade:material ?material.

    ?country reg:environmentalStandard ?standard.

    ?material reg:complianceRequiredWith ?standard.

} => {

    ?product trade:complianceStatus "Compliant".


# Rule for Non-Compliance


    ?product a trade:ExportItem;

             trade:destinationCountry ?country;

             trade:material ?material.

    ?country reg:environmentalStandard ?standard.

    FILTER NOT EXISTS { ?material reg:complianceRequiredWith ?standard }

} => {

    ?product trade:complianceStatus "Non-Compliant".


Explanation of the N3 Logic

Defining Environmental Standards

The code starts by assigning specific environmental standards to countries. For instance, the USA has ‘Low Carbon Emission Standard’, Germany has ‘Recyclable Material Standard’, etc.

Material Compliance

It defines which materials comply with which environmental standards. For example, Aluminum complies with the ‘Recyclable Material Standard’ and the ‘Low Carbon Emission Standard’

Export Product Definitions

Specific products are defined with their destination countries and materials. For example, Product123 is an export item made of Aluminum, destined for Germany

Compliance Check Rule

This rule checks if the material of a product complies with the environmental standard of the destination country. If it does, the product is marked as “Compliant”

Non-Compliance Rule

This rule identifies if the product’s material does not comply with the destination country’s environmental standard and marks it as “Non-Compliant”

Practical Example

An export item made of a specific material destined for a country with strict environmental standards

The system checks the material against the destination country’s environmental standards and confirms compliance

Enhansa’s Global Compliance Impact

  • Significant reduction in compliance-related risks and operational disruptions
  • Decreased need for complex and costly custom coding solutions
  • Enhanced agility in responding to international regulatory changes
  • 90% reduction in compliance-related penalties and legal issues
  • 75% decrease in time and resources spent on compliance management
  • High market adoption rate due to ease of implementation and maintenance