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Veson adds 10 new shipping companies to IMOS user list

Maritime software provider Veson Nautical reports that it has added ten new clients to its user community over the last five months, agreeing deals with shipping companies across the world in a range of trades, including dry bulk, wet, and chemical.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}Cheng Xin Shipmanagement, DCC Bulk Transport, Emirates National Oil Company Singapore, and Galeon Navigation, all based in Singapore, are among the new customers, along with Windrose SPS and Trammo AG (Commodities Division) in Switzerland, and Metalloinvest in the United Arab Emirates.

In the Northeast USA region Veson has also added Chembulk Tankers, Interlake Steamship Company, and Rand Logistics subsidiaries Grand River Navigation and Lower Lakes Towing as customers of its software package.

Veson’s flagship product, IMOS (Integration Maritime Operations System) is offered as either an installed application, or as a cloud-based hosted service as IMOSLive. The company’s Veslink service, also cloud-based, acts as an online hub for the collection, analysis, and sharing of maritime data.

Veson says that its systems today have nearly 8,000 users at more than 200 shipping companies.

“We take pride in evolving our products and meeting the business requirements of companies,” said Agya Garg, vice president, product, Veson Nautical.

“This evolution is not limited to functional solutions, as many organisations have also come to rely upon Veson’s hosted services as a way to control costs, improve performance, and scale their businesses.”

“Our client partners are increasingly interested in the benefits of cloud computing and hosted access, which eliminate capital IT investment and provide quick accessibility over the web. This year more than 70 per cent of new clients have opted for IMOSLive and Veslink, rather than self-hosting IMOS on-premise.”{/mprestriction}

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