ABS Nautical Systems Expands in Dubai

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

ABS Nautical Systems announced that they have been selected as the fleet management software provider of Dubai company Stanford Marine, LLC a provider of offshore marine support services.

 
ABS Nautical Systems’ work with Stanford Marine marks continued expansion in Dubai, with several companies now using the NS5 software suite in the Emirates.
 
Stanford Marine is changing from a paper and Microsoft Excel system to ABS Nautical Systems’ software suite NS5, a fully integrated system to allow for a more streamlined approach to fleet management.  Stanford Marine will implement the Maintenance & Repair and Vessel Drawings modules on a total of 25 vessels, all of which are classed with ABS.
 
 “We are excited to continue our growth in the Dubai market through our new partnership with Stanford Marine,” said Karen Hughey, President and COO of ABS Nautical Systems. “We anticipate a strong working relationship and advanced movement in both the region and in the Offshore and Energy sector.”

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