SCF Liquids Chooses Helm Marine Ops Software

Press Release
Thursday, November 01, 2012

Edoc has confirmed  that SCF Liquids (SCF) has chosen Helm Marine Operations software (Helm) to run itsoperations.

 

SCF Liquids is part of Seacor Holdings Inc.'s Inland River Services business segment and a sister company to SCF Marine Inc. Together, the business segment owns, operates, invests in and markets inland river transportation equipment


 
“We are thrilled to welcome SCF Liquids to the Helm family,” said Ron deBruyne, CEO and Founder of Edoc Systems Group, developers of Helm. “Seabulk, another Seacor company, has been using Helm for several years now, so we’re very pleased to be working with SCF too.” deBruyne confirmed that SCF will implement the entire Helm suite of modules, including Helm Dispatch Manager, Helm Maintenance Manager, Helm Personnel Manager, Helm Purchasing Manager, Helm HSQE Manager, and their on-vessel module, Helm Onboard.


 
This deal caps off a momentous year for Edoc Systems Group, which is continuing to grow at a record rate. “This has been an incredible year for Edoc, and the addition of SCF just makes it all the more satisfying,” said deBruyne. “We are excited about 2013, and our expansion overseas. The future for Helm is very bright.”

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