Marine Software Supplies Softwared to Defense Warship Support Agency

Monday, December 02, 2002
U.K. based software house Marine Software Ltd has successfully supplied Marine Planned Maintenance to the U.K. Ministry of Defense Warship Support Agency, for a number of their Challenger Class Yachts. In order to meet the Ministry of Defense s specific operational requirements, these Challenger Class Yacht systems will be office based software using Office Planned Maintenance for Windows. Configuring the systems this way will eliminate the need of installing on-board computer systems for those smaller vessels where it is not economically viable to install hardware. Planned Maintenance will therefore be controlled from one central location and due maintenance lists will be issued directly to each vessel, then completion reports would be sent back to the office for updating of the system.

The UK Ministry of Defense also took delivery of Marine Planned Maintenance Systems for two P2000 class training vessels Grey Wolf & Grey Fox. This brings the total installed base for the P2000 Class to eighteen vessels.

The UK Ministry of defense also took delivery of Marine Storekeeper Lite for Windows as an alternative option to the full Storekeeper system. Marine Software s Lite version was chosen as it contains all the core elements of On-Board spare parts control without the need for extensive features. BAE Systems will set up all databases before delivery to the UK Ministry of Defense.

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