MISTgroup launches VTSS-advanced

Thursday, September 16, 2004
MISTgroup launched VTSS-advanced, a configurable version of its flagship Vessel Terminal Synergy System (VTSS) software. It is designed to enable maritime companies to make sound decisions with the most updated information.

VTSS-advanced is a universal portal to store vessel and terminal data. The system enables a vessel and/or terminal to submit required data to Port Authorities, create automated questionnaires, and control access to proprietary data. VTSS-advanced has built in functionality to perform vessel and terminal evaluations, advanced queries, and trend analysis. The system is designed to enhance existing safety/quality assurance systems and provides distinguishable control between internal sensitive data versus shared accessibility.

VTSS-advanced can be ported to any data platform and exchange data efficiently, accurately, and inexpensively. "The VTSS-advanced platform provides exceptional performance and secure data delivery that will allow users in the maritime industry to rapidly access and review accurate data. This will result in quicker, more informed decision-making," noted David Clark, MISTgroup's Chief Technical Officer. "Our IT team continues to enhance the robust architecture that is the foundation of VTSS-advanced: speed, reliability, and customized settings based upon end-user needs."

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