SIS to Provide Dubai Shipping with Total Fleet Management

Friday, September 05, 2003
According to Star Information Systems (SIS) the company has won a contract to provide DSC (Dubai Shipping Company) with a comprehensive fleet management system. The system will be installed on DSC’s nine vessels and at its head office in Dubai.

According to Martin Karlstad, Sales Manager, SIS, the fleet management system will provide DSC with a comprehensive range of software and services, including maintenance, spare parts/purchasing, budget, crew/payroll, ISM/quality assurance elements, ship performance management and a seamless interface to link purchasing with DSC’s existing ERP, Oracle Financials.

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