Sifty receives an InnovateUK Smart Grant

Our innovative software has been selected to receive a prestigious InnovateUK award with government backed grant.

Solve bottlenecks at customs clearance in an instant

Increase productivity, ease work force pressures and solve problems before they arise.

A checklist of steps to be completed
Declarable

At Sifty, we know how time sensitive customs declarations can be.

Our software pre-fills your customs declarations to increase your revenue and productivity.

Win new business by freeing your team from time consuming repetitive tasks.

Sifty increases efficiency, reducing time.
Parcel Sifter

Focus your time on inspecting relevant parcels, Sifty will classify them for you.

For brokers dealing with international parcels: Use Machine Learning to improve your workflow.

Our software will increase your revenue without hiring more people, whilst enabling your existing staff to use their time more effectively.

"I would suggest all customs brokers use Sifty because it's become such a vital tool for our operations. Productivity has increased and we have had highly improved results.

At Carga Aérea, we understand the importance of applying technological innovation to improve our services internationally.

Using Sifty's software has allowed us to achieve this."

Juan Carlos Agüero Gonzalez

Customs Manager, Carga-Aerea

Insights

Our Resources

Explore the insights, blog articles and insider industry knowledge from the Sifty team.

Weapons of math production

Weapons of math production

Our CTO, Julio Amador, envisions a world where customs brokers trust numbers when making risk decisions. Statistics are at the core of any Machine Learning (ML) application.
Shahzeb Khan
InnovateUK awards Sifty a Smart Grant

InnovateUK awards Sifty a Smart Grant

We have recently been awarded an InnovateUK Smart Grant from the UK Government. We are delighted to receive this support and are working hard to achieve results quickly for all customs teams worldwide.
Paola Copka
Why do international borders exist to create friction?

Why do international borders exist to create friction?

With the explosion of international e-commerce offering all kinds of innovative products, speedy delivery of consumer goods to our homes is a modern convenience we have all become accustomed to.
Paul McGuinness

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