ShipDecision Chartering Software

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

In an initiative conceived jointly with Canadian ship owner Canfornav, Stelvio Inc. has added a new set of features to the Chartering Module of its ShipDecision maritime software suite. The Module gives Charterers one consolidated view of all information related to a Contract of Affreightment including: all documents and emails pertaining to the COA; cargo type and volume; allotment across a specific number of voyages; and a complete trail of all actions taken to move the cargo. Ultimately, the consolidated view makes it easier to track and manage the individual voyages taken to fulfill each Contract of Affreightment

ShipDecision is a Maritime Software as a Service (SaaS) solution that helps organize the sharing and use of information among business partners in the Maritime sector. Accessible from anywhere an internet connection is available, and protected through banking-level encryption, ShipDecision intelligently processes data, documents and communications related to each voyage.  Every piece of information received is secured in an electronic vault which can be accessed by authorized users who need to work with the information.  This also provides a tamper-proof audit trail of all business activities.The web-based architecture removes the need for in-house servers and complex IT infrastructure.

www.shipdecision.com
 

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