Veson Nautical Adds 10 New Clients
New Clients Span the Globe, Including Inroads in Great Lakes Region, and Represent a Trend toward Hosted Solutions.
Veson Nautical, the leading provider of commercial maritime software and services, today announced the addition of ten new clients to its growing user community across the globe. Cheng Xin Shipmanagement, DCC Bulk Transport, Emirates National Oil Company Singapore, and Galeon Navigation are based in Singapore. Windrose SPS and Trammo AG (Commodities Division) are based in Switzerland. Metalloinvest operates out of United Arab Emirates. Chembulk Tankers, Interlake Steamship Company, and Rand Logistics subsidiaries Grand River Navigation and Lower Lakes Towing are based in the Northeast USA region, and join existing Veson clients CSL, Algoma, and Fednav, as major operators within the Great Lakes region.
Evolving Products and Technology to Meet the Needs of Clients
These recent additions to Veson’s global client community span a diverse range of shipping industry trades, including Dry Bulk, Wet, and Chemical. The variety of these new clients illustrates the continued flexibility and evolution of Veson Nautical products, which have supported all lines of business in commercial maritime since 2003.
Veson’s flagship product, IMOS (Integration Maritime Operations System) is offered as either an installed application, or as a hosted service (IMOSLive). Similar to IMOSLive, Veslink, Veson’s online hub for the collection, analysis, and sharing of maritime data, is also cloud-based. Combined, IMOS, IMOSLive, and Veslink boast nearly 8,000 users from over 200 of the world’s top owners, charterers, and operators.
“We take pride in evolving our products and meeting the business requirements of companies,” said Agya Garg, Vice President, Product. “This evolution is not limited to functional solutions, as many organizations 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% of new clients have opted for IMOSLive and Veslink, rather than self-hosting IMOS on-premise.”
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