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Chinsay and Dataloy integrate SaaS solutions

Chinsay and Dataloy Systems have announced a new partnership to integrate the companies’ Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platforms.

The integration of Chinsay’s ICP.Freight (Intelligent Contract Platform) and Dataloy’s Voyage Management System (VMS) will improve process flows, save costs and reduce errors, bringing increased productivity and efficiency to users.  

The connection between the two systems will now allow the automatic integration of commercial and contractual data with Dataloy VMS, a process that was previously only performed manually and at risk of manual error. This is now readily available for joint clients with minimal setup, enabled by Chinsay’s ability to seamlessly integrate with other providers and supported by the open and robust Dataloy API, which provides businesses with immediate access to a wide range of end datapoints, allowing them to quickly design and innovate seamless workflows.

Colin Hayward, CEO of Chinsay, said: “Our drive to create a collaborative ecosystem comes from our desire to give clients the ability to work more efficiently and unlock the true potential of their data. We are very pleased to announce our partnership with Dataloy, an excellent example of an API-first company that has greatly simplified complex maritime operations, which brings a great deal of increased productivity to joint clients and streamlines a process that was previously time-consuming and prone to error.”

Erik Loy, CEO of Dataloy, stated: “Dataloy has long championed better integration and a more standardised approach to maritime technology. Our partnership with Chinsay strengthens Dataloy’s commitment to working with top technology providers to help transform the way technology is utilised across the industry to streamline processes.”

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