ChartWorld Launches ChartBrowser 2.0

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Wednesday, April 17, 2013
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ChartWorld launched its new ChartBrowser 2.0. This tool supports all official ENC formats from UKHO, Primar and IC-ENC as well as the ACES (S)ENC format for eGlobe, S-ECDIS and Imtech ECDIS. In addition, ordering of ARCS and paper charts is supported too.

ChartBrowser is a free of charge plug and play solution for the officers on board. It guarantees an always adequate, safe, up-to-date and cost effective ENC inventory on board of ECDIS fitted vessels.

It can be used in combination with every ECDIS model in the market which makes it suited for shipping companies with one or severalECDIS makers in the fleet.

With ChartBrowser shipping companies can focus on one single tool, which allows them to create only one chart handling procedure for all vessels.

Stephan Dimke, Sales Director of ChartWorld, commented, “We help the officers on board to reduce their workload. Everybody is talking about paperless navigation but if it takes more time to order charts and manually install update CDs than correcting paper charts there is something wrong in your ENC work process. With ChartBrowser we optimize ENC ordering and automate the updating process. Officers and shipping company staff will love it because it makes everybody’s life easier, more cost efficient and safe.”

By use of the brand new email ENC ordering system in ChartBrowser shipping companies will get full cost transparency for single orders and yearly ENC budgets.

An office terminal also allows shipping companies to review and accept every order of their vessels in real time, 24/7.

The open software architecture of ChartBrowser even allows an easy integration into existing ERP systems of shipping companies.

www.chartworld.com

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