SpecTec USA: New Contract with Prestige Cruise Holdings

(Press Release)
Tuesday, January 18, 2011

The 2010 good influence keeps on giving positive results for SpecTec Business in 2011 with a significant order that came in late December. The important news came from SpecTec USA, which has recently closed a contract for a large consulting project with Prestige Cruise Holdings, a parent company for both the upper-premium Oceania Cruises and ultra-luxury Regent Seven Seas Cruise brand.

SpecTec continues the relationship with Oceania Cruise and Regent Seven Seas Cruise. In this particular instance, the contract consists of a large consulting project including type level migration (which is a service that SpecTec provides for organizing and eliminating any repeated data from the system to improve records and operational efficiencies), a complete ship inventory for the group’s combined fleet of 7 vessels, SFI Coding (Group System is the most widely used classification system for the maritime and offshore industry worldwide. It is an international standard, which provides a technical and financial functional subdivision of ship or rig information), and an upgrade to AMOS Business Suite version 9.1.

In AMOS Business Suite version 9.1, as with all new versions, there have been several system improvements made. For ease of use, Remote opening a referenced allows the user the ability to access a record with a simple “double-click”. With version 9.1 AMOS Administrators have ability to monitor a users log in frequency and most recent log in, and they have the ability to disable their account if their log in session has exceeded the allotted time.

The project began de facto during last weeks of October with a Ship Check of each vessel to confirm the time estimate to perform the full physical inventory of all spares onboard.

The applications of this AMOS Business Suite project is one of the highlights this year for SpecTec USA and the region is excited about this score; especially because it confirms again SpecTec great commitment in leading the way for Cruise industry.

 

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