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Navig8 partners with Veson Nautical

Navig8 has partnered with Veson Nautical to install Veslink IMOS Platform to improve risk management and efficiency.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}According to Navig8, over the last several years, limitations in the company’s core voyage management system had forced the company to invest in a series of disparate point solutions, spreadsheets, and manual processes just to keep up with the evolving needs of its global business.

The implementation of the Platform was driven by the need for a “quick, agile response to a new business,” says Navig8 chief digital officer, Jan Wilhelmsson. “Digitalisation and connectivity in itself are changing the traditional ways of operating vessels. As we operate in increasingly volatile environments, we are seeing more disruption in the tech segment.”

Nick Gole, systems & process architect, Navig8, said: “Our former system didn’t have a roadmap to deliver a product with any sort of longevity.” The company was looking to find a partner with a more collaborative approach to development.

“We felt that if we replaced the system, all of our internal processes could be more efficient in their workflows, because they would be all within one solution,” stated Guy Murphy, operations at Navig8. “It was better for our own workflows, but also for our pool partners; the decision showed them we were investing in our technology and systems in order to offer the best service.”

Navig8 has also replaced obsolete and inefficient point solutions and integrated with other mission-critical applications, such as Microsoft Navision. “These things were the biggest wins for us, in terms of integration,” commented Gole. “We could retire our old systems and are using quite less now.”

Navig8 continues to work with the Veson team to contribute ideas to the product roadmap as a member of the Veson Advisory Board.{/mprestriction}

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