MarineCFO raises the bar for OMC

press release
Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Offshore Marine Contractors to implement MarineCFO Enterprise Software.


MarineCFO Inc., a provider of Marine Software including On-Vessel, Marine Operations, Personnel, Fleet Maintenance and Financial Management Software Solutions to the Marine Transportation Industry, announced today that Offshore Marine Contractors, Inc. has chosen to implement the full MarineCFO Enterprise software suite.


Offshore Marine Contractors, Inc. (OMC) provides lift-boats to the offshore oil and gas industry. OMC offers 175ft Class lift-boats, 200ft class lift-boats and will take delivery of its first 215ft Class lift-boat in June of this year. All OMC vessels are equipped with modern lifting equipment, electronics, navigation, propulsion, as well as experienced and caring employees. OMC brings safety, dependability and comfort to jobsites on the newest and most technically advanced fleet of lift-boats in the world. OMC is truly committed to preserving the environment, safety, and customer satisfaction. With working water depths up to 172 feet and crane capacities up to 175 tons.
 

“We have the newest and most technically advanced fleet of lift-boats in the world and now we have the most effective and efficient software system to manage our fleet and organization,” said Raimy Eymard, Chief Financial Officer of Offshore Marine Contractors, Inc.. “MarineCFO allows us to integrate all our departments without the headaches of paper trails and errors, therefore increasing our bottom line. We are extremely excited about our partnership with MarineCFO and are looking forward to going live with our fleet this year."
 

“We are very pleased Offshore Marine Contractors selected MarineCFO as their technology partner,” said Pat Haley, Business Development Manager of MarineCFO Inc. “OMC understands just how important technology is in helping to improve their operational efficiency in their business. The MarineCFO Enterprise software suite will not only provide OMC with a comprehensive solution, but also a solution that can be tailored to their specific needs.”

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