Maritime software provider Hanseaticsoft has opened its first office in Asia in Singapore to offer its cloud-based ship management solution, Cloud Fleet Manager to the region.
“Cloud technology is the big game changer of the 21st century,” said Alexander Buchmann, Managing Director of Hanseaticsoft GmbH.
“It is supporting the digital transformation of the shipping industry, streamlining business and management processes and leading to greater efficiencies and increased profitability.
“We’re delighted to establish a base in Singapore, one of the world’s great shipping capitals.
“We’re looking forward to travelling around the region and meeting prospects to talk about the exciting potential of new technologies in the maritime business.”
Cloud Fleet Manager includes modules on Cloud MRV & IMO DCS to help companies comply with the new regulations on emissions and fuel consumptions.
The platform allows data to be centralised, processed and accessed in real time using apps and mobile devices while improving communication between staff at land and sea.
It offers more than 20 different business apps and 40 companies, including OSM Maritime Group in Singapore, are now using the system to manage inspections, for crew management, purchasing and other processes in real time.
Significant investment by Lloyd’s Register in 2017 allowed Hanseaticsoft to grow with 15 new shipping companies choosing its Cloud Fleet Manager, adding 500 more vessels to its system, it says.
Published: 19 July, 2018
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