Free Shipdex Webinar

(Press Release)
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
Shipdex is the International Business Rules developed to standardize the production and the exchange of technical and logistic data within the shipping community. Corena and Spectec have teamed to offer this free webinar, which will introduce the basic concepts and discuss the measurable cost benefits of adopting the standard - issues relevant to both shipyards and owners. Register now and learn about: 
. What is Shipdex and what is the purpose of it?
. What are Data Modules?
. Other basic Shipdex concepts such as CSDB and Shipdex data set
. Why do you need a CSDB solution? Data validation - assure the quality of your data!
. Challenges to Shipdex adoption
. Making the business case for Shipdex
The webinar is scheduled for February 9, 2012 at 10 a.m. PDT. 
Read more and register:

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