IntelloShip: "Cloud Based" Computing for Maritime

(Press Release)
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
Intellocorp LLC a Maritime Technology Company focused on business and process optimization in the Maritime industry, launched today their latest software product, IntelloShip.
 
IntelloShip is a new maritime business intelligence software that provides an in depth overview of the daily operations, and empowers executive teams with a cutting-edge tool for monitoring the actual performance of the company as a whole, and to make value-added decisions as well. IntelloShip comes as Software as a SaaS solution, or as an On-Premise Software application. Our SaaS solution provides cost savings, and requires no installation or maintenance.
Intellocorp's first BI tool, ShipStrument, allowed us to capture a vast array of information through tests and user suggestions. All this knowledge was then applied to our newest software solution, which included many of the features requested by our clients, such as LDAP integration and Excel spreadsheet uploads.  These enhancements allowed us to provide a more user-friendly tool, with better analytical functionalities, and adaptability to your current infrastructure and business processes.
“Over the last 6 months we've worked hand-in-hand with our clients and their staff, and gathered an incredible amount of information through user feedback and usability testing. All of these new enhancements give us a cutting-edge advantage over the competition. We offer the most comprehensive and adaptable solution in the maritime industry”, said Humberto Lee, Chief Technology Officer at Intellocorp.
The launch of our new software solution will close the gap amongst many of the major issues in the maritime industry, including:
IntelloShip
-Gives the Executive a picture of the whole company's controlling, whether it is financial or technical
-Enables the ship owner to effectively analyze data and improve decision making

-Increased transparency throughout the organization

-Consistency of operational standards
-Fosters collaboration throughout the organization
-Enhanced drill down capability
-Tracking of deviation from planned operation
-Easy integration with existing software 
 
For more information: Email: sales@intellocorp.com 

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