The Expert Classification System
One of the main challenges in Export Compliance is the determination (Classification) if an "Export" Transaction or interaction is subject to legal control in accordance with applicable jurisdiction's definitions.
Export control regulations change periodically (in case of Sanctions changes may occur any time)
We have opened some proprietary technology and algorithms of the EIFEC Expert System for use to third selected parties (the Classification Tool)
This tool Is aimed at identifying and classifying all products to be exported (including software and technologies) to assess and determine their Compliance with the relevant regulations (EU, US).
The key features are:
Recognition of items/technology: match with regulations Pattern recognition
Capable of maintaining or modifying the Classification when Regulations change and warning in case of significant changes in the classification of products.
Expert System’s services are accessible through a reserved online APP
A particular simplified version of the APP allows using our proprietary adaptive technology and algorithms to perform tailor-made classification directly by the customer classification teams (up to 1500 concurrent users)
EIFEC since 2011 has developed and activated an Expert System for verification, classification and certification (EIFEC Standard EC1001.02:ECP and additional for Sanctions), aimed at assessing and determining the compliance of products and services with European and U.S. regulations.
The Expert System has been developed in collaboration with the leading European Technology Universities and coordinated for Italy by the Politecnico di Torino; it can be used to support both National Authorities and individual exporters.
For more information
EIFEC Classification Expert System has been included among the 9 key initiatives adopted in Europe as part of the commitment made at the 2012 G8 Summit in Camp David by the European Union to implement and update E.U. export control policies (
see "Final Compliance Report" by the G8 Research Group - page 146).