Intellocorp, Sea-Flex Partner to Launch Software Solution

Monday, January 02, 2012

Intellocorp LLC has partnered with the Danish shipowner Sea-Flex to launch together IntelloShip and SeaPlan in January 2012.  “IntelloShip is a software that has been needed in the maritime industry for a long time, the added value of IntelloShip is significant and will add transparency, timeliness as well as cost savings,” said Shannon McKee, former VP of Ship Revenue a division of Norwegian Cruise Lines, currently President of Access Cruises. Combined, IntelloShip and SeaPlan give an overview of the daily operations and provide executives with a tool for monitoring the actual performance of the company and to make value-added decisions. Additionally, both management solutions come as Software as a Service (SaaS) or as an On-Premise-Software solution. SaaS solutions provide cost savings and also require no installation.

Through the partnership with Sea-Flex, Intellocorp will gain valuabel onboard testing of the software, allowing it to clear bugs before entering the marketplace. It will also gain global exposure by having a partner overseas and multiple business opportunities within the maritime industry. 

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