SpecTec Group Opens Newest Office In Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Monday, March 21, 2011

The SpecTec Group has opened their newest office in Rio de Janeiro: officially, AMOS Brasil Sistemas de Gestão de Recursos e Consultoria de Software Ltda., or SpecTec Brazil, will serve as region headquarters.

“With our recently opened office in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and now in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, SpecTec Latin America is on a strategic course for continued expansion and growth in both the shipping and oil & gas industries”, says Giampiero Soncini, CEO of the SpecTec Group, “and we’re now better positioned to provide superior service and steadfast support to our customers throughout the region.”

SpecTec’s new local team has been formed and includes professional technical consultants to provide project management and customer support, as well as a business development team. The region is managed by David Reyes, Managing Director, Latin America.

In its 26 years of existence, AMOS has become the "de facto" standard Asset Management software in shipping, and a major player in oil & gas and energy sectors; moreover several Navies worldwide are implementing AMOS as a Commercial Off The Shelf (COTS) software to cover their Integrated Logistic Systems aspects.

SpecTec’s AMOS Business Suite and our next generation of Asset Management Software, AMOS2 Enterprise Management Suite, delivers a total solution for the marine and energy industries combining leading edge approaches to maintenance, purchasing, stock administration and control; AMOS moreover has an entire section dedicated to all aspects of Quality and Safety, related to all the rules and regulations which are actually active in shipping and oil markets. The last main module of AMOS software deals with Crew management, providing a full solution in compliance with STCW rules, and with the oil industry requirements.

SpecTec invests heavily in research and development. Working in close cooperation with many of our customers and partners, we develop software that suits your needs, provides you with a competitive advantage and ensures compliance with mandatory regulations.
 

Source: SpecTec

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