Kronodoc Oy and SYX to Collaborate

Thursday, April 03, 2003
Kronodoc Oy and ShipyardXchange AS (SYX) have made an agreement to develop a prototype, conduct a pilot, and finally to develop a project collaboration portal based on Kronodoc’s technology and collaboration functionality. A pilot team comprised of Langsten shipyard (Norway), Skipsteknisk ship design consultants (Norway) and Braila shipyard (Romania) has tested Kronodoc in an actual project since November 2002. In this pilot, Kronodoc is used to support the exchange and approval of design drawings between Braila (supplying the hull) Langsten (outfitting the ship) and Skipsteknisk (responsible for the design). In a geographically distributed work environment it is a challenge to ensure that all involved parties have access to the correct drawings - when they need them. Kronodoc’s user friendly, web-based solution has provided the project team sufficient functionality, and it has required a minimum amount of training for the users to utilize the system.

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