Tideworks Oversees New Systems Deployment

Wednesday, May 10, 2006
Tideworks Technology Inc. announced the deployment of its Genoa Breakbulk Management System in Port Arthur, TX. Genoa is a suite of systems designed to help multi-purpose terminal operators more effectively plan, manage and control terminal processes. The Genoa system will be leveraged by SSA Marine, the Terminal Operator in the Port of Port Arthur, to control all its cargo related operations. Implementation of the Genoa Breakbulk Management System software suite includes Genoa Terminal(TM) (multi-purpose terminal system), Genoa Storage(TM) (warehousing and inventory control), Genoa Comm(TM) (communications server software), and Genoa Online(TM) (Web portal for real-time data). In addition, Tideworks is providing complete functionality for RF (radio frequency) hand-held devices.

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