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SatMind adds maritime e-mail application

Maritime communication software provider SatMind has launched its SeaBrowser WorkMail module, an e-mail communication system designed for shipboard use.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}The e-mail application forms part of the company’s wider SeaBrowser voice and data communication platform, which includes functionality like chat, SMS, web browsing and social media.

“WorkMail has been specially designed to answer the growing demand by ship operations and IT for more sophisticated features and larger data volumes at an affordable price point,” said Zvika Nave, SatMind CEO.

“Inmarsat has announced the imminent End of Life for the Rydex and Amos 8 (applications) and has subsequently started to wind down support. Our recent addition to the SeaBrowser Communication platform, (the) WorkMail module, will prove crucial in offering an end-to-end experience for users.”

“SeaBrowser WorkMail, being satellite provider independent, ensures greater continuity for customers, allowing integration with any satellite operator, regardless if it is Inmarsat, Iridium or VSAT.”

SatMind says that WorkMail can be self-administered by the crew on board ship and doesn’t require involvement from the company’s IT department to be configured. The module features transparent displays of vessel activity as well as task automation functionality. Data is backed up in real time in the Cloud, using bandwidth optimisation to make efficient use of the ship’s satellite connection.

“Despite being just launched, we are already flooded with inquiries and requests to try Satmind’s WorkMail,” added Kobi Ohayon, Satmind’s VP of business development.

“The accumulated value along with our competitive prices will defiantly position WorkMail as the leading mail solution in the shipping industry worldwide.”{/mprestriction}

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