Integrated Maritime Operations System Upgraded by Veson

Press Release
Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Veson Nautical announce IMOS7, an update to its maritime business software.

US-based Veson Nautical, founded in 1979, is a provider of maritime commercial management and trading software solutions.

The new version delivers client-driven features designed to meet today's top business priorities and prepare for tomorrow's working environment.  Upgrading from previous versions is made easy with the enhanced platform installer.  IMOS7 is available today and already in use in over forty major installations.

IMOS is built around the way people work, say Veson, with core modules for chartering, operations, financials, and trading that capture data and share it with accounting and administrative systems for a single, integrated view.   

IMOS7 features a new platform designed to enhance the user experience; increase depth and support for business operations; and heighten reporting and analytical capabilities.  IMOS' flexible platform makes it compatible with most third party enterprise software tools, enabling it to be a true business intelligence tool.

Each of the core modules—Chartering, Trading, Operations and Financials—has been strengthened in IMOS7, driven by the needs of customers using the system.

US-based Veson Nautical, founded in 1979, is a provider of maritime commercial management and trading software solutions.


 

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