Kronodoc Oy Introduces Software Version for Marine Industry

Tuesday, October 28, 2003
Kronodoc Oy introduces a new software version, Kronodoc Marine. The new version is suitable for Marine Industry clients to manage their content, execute program and project management around the world. Kronodoc generates process analysis and reports in a distributed collaborative environment. The new software version adds a wide range of new functionality: Project Email Tracking Powerful Information Search Process Management, System Application Integration (Ex: CAD Viewer, CADRef) Improved working with technical drawings “We have been using Kronodoc for several years in our engineering projects for the shipping and shipbuilding industry. Due to the nature of the engineering work several players of the industry are often deeply involved in the process, not only our own units but also a yard, ship owner, suppliers, subcontractors etc. The benefit of applying Kronodoc in this kind of distributed, fast pace project environment is more effective project management and coordination as well as clear improvements in information flow”, says Jukka Laiterä, CEO, Deltamarin Oy. Kronodoc Marine will be developed in the MERIKE technology program in co-operation with Aker Finnyards and Deltamarin, who have deep industry knowledge in the shipbuilding industry. Kronodoc Marine is a product designed to satisfy the different workflow needs of the shipbuilding industry. The main benefits of Kronodoc Marine are providing improved competitive edge and utilization of industry best practices. These are included in the product predefined work processes and operations in subcontractor network.

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