Hanseaticsoft at Europort 2017, November 7-10
Meet us at booth 3304 and experience innovative ship management!
The Digital Ship is returning to Greece for the 15th Annual Digital Ship Conference & Exhibition in Athens on 1 & 2 November. Industry experts will take to the podium during the conference which will include plenary and interactive panel sessions over the two days, and there will be an exhibition showcasing leading suppliers and vendors to the sector.
Corresponding to the topics “Developing Big data Ecosystems” and “Harnessing Maritime’s Digital Future” we are going to present our all-in-one software solution for shipping companies, the Cloud Fleet Manager. By offering a single, web-based source of information for all employees as well as the crews at sea and external partners, the CFM Portal and the Partner Portal not only ensure that everybody can work on reliable and consistent data but also drastically reduce extra work like the requesting and forwarding of information.
The CFM and its applications are tailor-made for shipping companies, create better internal structures and increase data quality. The software is used intuitively, additional staff training is unnecessary. This way, fleets, employees and processes can be administered in an integrated environment. The management and organisation solution assures with its numerous applications the efficient operation and a flexible expansion of shipping companies. Additionally, it enables both employees of shipping companies, external agencies and crews on the high seas to work interconnected and to interchange in real-time. The software suite comprises more than 25 applications, among others: Purchase, Inspections & Audits, Schedule & Agents, Crewing, Charter, Risk Assessment, Maintenance and the Cloud Ship Manager. If you would like to learn more about our solutions simply get in touch or visit us at the DS Athens at booth 18.
We are looking forward to meeting you!
by Maximilian Hagemann
on October 17, 2017
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