Global exploration and production company Neptune Energy has opted to migrate its IBM Maximo asset management system to the cloud, following the closure of one of its German data centres.
Maritime and offshore tech specialist SRO Solutions is launching a complete digitisation package created for maritime firms using IT giant IBM’s Maximo asset management software.
Manchester-based tech firm SRO Solutions has signed an agreement with Belfast Harbour to provide IBM’s Maximo asset management software licences, as it looks to increase digitalisation across its operations.
The latest version of IBM’s Maximo Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) software, an industry tool that helps shipowners maintain their vessels in accordance with international regulations, has been granted type approval by classification society DNV GL.
A new digital partnership to create an innovative and advanced asset management system is being launched by James Fisher Asset Information Services (AIS) and Manchester-based tech company SRO Solutions, representing IBM’s Maximo software in the marine industry.
SRO Solutions, which specialises in Enterprise Asset Management software for the marine industry, is offering a new cloud-based service following a partnership with US distributor Projetech.
UK domestic ferry operator Wightlink has completed a 12-month project to implement IBM’s Maximo asset management system, using SRO’s SDR technology to provide data replication between its vessels and shore.
SRO is to launch a new SDU (SRO Dynamic Upgrader) for customers wishing to migrate from competing maritime software systems, such as AMOS, SIS, Ulysses and IFS, to SRO’s own Maximo for Maritime application.
DXSTRO, part of the SRO group and sister company of software provider SRO Solutions, has announced the acquisition of the DataXtend RE (DXRE) software system from US-based Progress Software Corporation.
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