ShipNet has announced a new partnership with iMarine Software which will see iMarine’s SeaProc e-procurement platform integrated with the ShipNet One maritime ERP system.
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.
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.
Bureau Veritas reports that it has introduced online ‘third-party’ verification services for maritime procurement, provided by its Assurance Solutions’ team and delivered through its partnership with bluester announced in September 2018.
Executives surveyed for a new research whitepaper by maritime e-procurement platform ShipServ have rated electronic purchasing in the industry at “two out of ten” in terms of its evolution to date, though one third of respondents believe the market will change beyond all recognition in the next five years, driven by developments in advanced technology and applications.
Maritime software company Q88 reports that it has made a “substantial investment” in US-headquartered iMarine Software, the provider of the Cloud-based Seaproc e-procurement platform for the shipping industry.
Maritime procurement company iMarine Software has announced that it has completed integration of its SeaProc platform with the SERTICA fleet management package provided by Denmark-based Logimatic, to allow the 1,200 vessels using the SERTICA system to directly connect to SeaProc.
Maritime e-procurement company Kinnetik Solutions has announced a new agreement with Tero Marine to integrate its Cloud-based purchasing system with the TM Master fleet management software package.
Bureau Veritas has announced a new partnership deal with bluester, linking its digital platforms with the bluester online marketplace and providing independent vendor qualification services to bluester users.
Zurich-based maritime software company MESPAS has launched a new web-based trading platform to link vessel operators and maritime suppliers, to increase efficiency in their procurement processes.
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