GIS Marine selects MarineCFO

(Press Release)
Friday, November 04, 2011

MarineCFO Inc. said that GIS Marine, Inc. has chosen to implement the full MarineCFO Enterprise software suite. GIS Marine is now providing a fleet of supply vessels and crew boats to support oil and gas operations in the Gulf of Mexico. GIS was founded in 1948 with a minimum of personnel and an emphasis on boat repairs. Through the years, GIS has continued to grow in the oil and gas industry. GIS has expanded into a vigorous service oriented company providing a full range of construction services, which include: Full service fabrication facilities (including pipe and structural); Onshore and offshore painting; Offshore, onshore, plant construction and maintenance operations; Environmental services, including tank and vessel cleaning; Heavy equipment, dirt and aggregate sales, delivery and placement, excavation, clearing, foundations, and civil; GIS is headquartered in Galliano, LA.
"While GIS Marine is relatively new to the marine vessel business, we are growing fast and are fully committed to staying the industry leader when it comes to safety, performance and service. We fully understand that technology plays a key role in the future growth of our marine service offerings,” said Mark Pregeant, CEO of GIS Marine. “We researched the market and found MarineCFO to be the ideal software tailor made for the marine industry. The reporting capabilities of this system are phenomenal,” added Pregeant. “MarineCFO gives us a tremendous competitive edge in that it will allow us to manage our business in a more efficient manner thus improving our bottom line and allowing our customers to access real-time data that will aid in managing their operations."
“We are very pleased GIS Marine selected MarineCFO as their technology partner,” said Joe Galatas, President of MarineCFO Inc. “GIS Marine 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 GIS Marine with a comprehensive solution, but also a solution that can be tailored to their specific needs.”

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