Alliance Marine Adds Additional ABS NS Software

Friday, March 15, 2002
Alliance Marine Services (AMS) has contracted with ABS Nautical Systems for an additional four modules from their suite of advanced SafeNet fleet management system software. AMS has contracted for the Maintenance & Repair, Purchasing & Inventory, Financial Reporting and Replication Manager modules of ABS NS SafeNet. This brings AMS participation in the suite of fully integrated software to six modules all utilized on their FPSO units and other vessels. The organization currently uses the Crew Management and Crew Payroll modules. AMS has been compliant with the International Safety Management (ISM) Code Standards since 1998. The company is providing marine support services to several Floating, Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessels in W. Africa as well as China. They also manage the operations of several Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG) vessels for clients around the world. AMS comprehensive services includes the manning, technical, insurance as well as other management functions. According to ABS NS Senior Business Developer Joe Woods, AMS is typical of their clients who try the product and then add on modules. "Clients usually are testing the market to replace an in-house developed system. When they see the fully integrated approach of SafeNet they like the ability to add on modules like building blocks."

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