FleetWeather Solves Shippings' Business Intelligence Solutions Problem

Sunday, January 12, 2014
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FleetWeather Ocean Services, Inc. (FleetWeather) was the first to bring BI analytics and big data services to global shipping companies. New services provide insight, intelligence and innovation for global shipping leaders.

FleetWeather says it recognized that business intelligence tools, analytic services and big data concepts, common in most industries today and especially in the worldwide financial markets, were not available to global shipping leaders. Working closely with its clients over the past several years, FleetWeather has engineered and developed  industry-unique, ultra-customized performance and analytic services designed specifically for shipping companies of all sizes and types.

FleetWeather's services combine leading edge technology with a team of analysts and industry experts responsible for managing and overseeing their client’s solutions from end-to-end on a daily basis. Their team of analysts can absorb and manage the entire back office data operations for a shipping client while also providing leadership, guidance and consulting services.

“FleetWeather has worked hard over the past several years, taking on a big vision and some big challenges, to design a service that helps global shipping leaders make better decisions and do it more often,” said Jess Hurwitz, FleetWeather’s Director of Sales and Marketing and CTO. “It’s been exciting to witness great shipping companies get even better, even in poor market and economic conditions, as they engage in new and expanded ways to make decisions with our assistance and guidance.”

About FleetWeather
Founded in 1969, with over 44 years’ experience servicing the global maritime industry, FleetWeather is a privately held corporation headquartered in Hopewell Junction, NY with a sales office located in Singapore. For more information, go to www.fleetweather.com



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