Cloud services provider ASG today announced that it has won a five-year contract with the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) to provide information and communications technology services.
Orange Business Services today announced that it has joined a European Union-sponsored initiative to develop a cloud-based ship management platform.
Videotel has released an application allowing its clients to manage their crew training records housed within its cloud (webFTA) directly from their own Crew Management System (CMS).
VIKING, a marine and fire safety equipment manufacturer, has acquired a majority stake in Saatsea, an IT start-up which offers cloud-based onboard training and competence management systems.
Veson Nautical has launched IMOSLive, a cloud-based version of its flagship Integrated Maritime Operations System (IMOS) product.
ClassNK is commencing the provision of cloud-based archive centre services for NYK Lines and Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, with the classification society having reached a preliminary agreement with the two shipping companies regarding the use of the As-built Drawings Storage Service (ADSS).
Inatech has launched the cloud version of its fuel procurement software ShipTECH. This platform, which has existed as on-premise software for a year, is designed to help shipping lines cut their fuel costs by bunkering in ports where prices are lower and by streamlining the buying process.
Inatech is to launch a new Marine Solutions Unit that will offer real-time management systems for bunker operations.
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