Maritime software provider BASS has signed an agreement to integrate version 2.10 of its BASSnet Fleet Management System with the KinnetikBuyer eProcurement Cloud application from Norway-based Kinnetik Solutions.
Italy-based maritime software company Gruppo IB, developer of the InfoSHIP fleet management application, has rebranded itself with a new name and logo, with the company to be called ‘IB - Influencing Business’. The rebrand was announced as the company welcomed former SpecTec boss Giampiero Soncini as its new CEO.
Kongsberg has announced a partnership with Cloud-based maritime procurement company iMarine Software, which will see iMarine’s Seaproc e-procurement platform integrated with Kongsberg’s K-Fleet vessel management system.
European ferry operator Scandlines has agreed a deal with Logimatic to implement selected HSQE modules from the SERTICA fleet management software system, with an initial focus on integrating a safety management system with the SERTICA Management Systems module.
Maritime software provider MESPAS has released the latest update to its fleet management application, adding new features specifically designed to assist safety and quality managers.
The Korean Register (KR) and Swiss Climate EcoCare have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to work together in the provision of IMO DCS (International Maritime Organization, Data Collection System) services for the maritime industry.
Maritime software company ShipNet has announced a new partnership with ShipMate to integrate ShipMate’s workflow capabilities for crew management and payroll solutions with ShipNet’s fleet management system, used for safety management, planned maintenance services (PMS) and procurement.
Houston-headquartered Tidewater has agreed a deal to implement technologies from Norwegian maritime software company UniSea in digitalising and standardising Tidewater’s business processes related to health, safety, environment and quality (HSEQ), and operations.
Germany-based Hanseaticsoft has launched an updated version of its Rest Hours module as part of its Cloud Crewing maritime software system, designed to assist in managing crew schedules and seafarers’ working hours.
Norwegian company VesselMan reports that it has teamed up with classification society DNV GL to integrate DNV GL’s Best Practices for dry-docking into the VesselMan Cloud-based system for management of maintenance projects.
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