Echo Chooses MarineCFO Live

Friday, February 12, 2010

MarineCFO Inc., a provider of on-vessel, marine operations, personnel, fleet maintenance and financial management software solutions to the marine transportation industry, announced that Echo Towing Service, Inc. / Echo Marine, Ltd., has selected MarineCFO Live! for use throughout its company.

Joe Galatas, President of MarineCFO Inc. said “Now small & mid-sized marine companies can take advantage of a fully web-enabled, cost-effective solution without the need for new servers, software, or IT. MarineCFO Live! will enable organizations to streamline their business processes by eliminating manual & inefficient procedures while only requiring Microsoft Internet Explorer.”

(www.MarineCFOLive.com)

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