TTEK (pronounced “Tee-Tek”) specializes in developing and deploying technology for the optimization of customs and border processing.
Headquartered in Barbados, the company promotes a fusion of leading edge products with operational and academic subject matter expertise to help assist nations with modernizing their border processing systems and methodologies.
TTEK develops innovative and disruptive border management technologies using machine learning and predictive analytics -drawing upon artificial intelligence and blockchain methodologies.
Simultaneously, TTEK border experts offer best practices, new ideas, and solutions for modern policies, programs, and systems. Our experts have been uniformed customs officers, intelligence officers and analysts, managers, supervisors, executives, and academics. We bridge strategic, tactical, and operational perspectives for customs modernization and trade facilitation with concepts, tools, and solutions that work in both developed and developing nations.
With many years in technology development, bridging the gap between business needs and technical needs is second nature.
To provide a trusted and transparent approach for the provision of solutions and expertise for customs and border modernization. We help our customers strategically and operationally balance trade facilitation with responsible enforcement. We have an objective to significantly reduce release times at the border and help interdict social-economic threats to health, safety, and security. We aim to lay a foundation with our solutions to help reduce and eliminate corrupt practices, and build integrity. Above all, we serve the citizens of our host country clients. We aim to do the right thing.
Over the last 25 years our team has gained a considerable amount of experience and expertise providing "hands on" business and technical assistance for many global customs, security, defense, and intelligence administrations including U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the Canada Border Services Agency, the Royal Malaysian Customs Department, Laos Customs, Bangladesh Customs, Dutch Ministry of Defense, Canada's Department of National Defense, Transport Canada, Nigeria Customs Service, Jamaica Customs, Honduras Customs, and the Barbados Customs and Excise Department.
We also have a reputation to uphold. That's why we maintain strong relationships with a goal to align with the desires of International Government Organizations like the World Customs Organization, and the World Trade Organization. We support the efforts of multi- lateral donor agencies including the World Bank, and the Inter-American Development Bank. We seek to obtain the most return on investment for our customers....because that's the reputation we want to scale and grow. Border management can be complex and multi-faceted. We add clarity and common sense.