SpecTec to Provide AMOS 2 System

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

The second half of 2011 brought good news for SpecTec in the Asian Shipping Market.  A contract has been signed by SpecTec Asia Pacific Ltd – headquartered in Hong Kong –  with "Ever Faith Ocean Going."

The signed contract provides the AMOS 2 Quality Management System solution: a specific module of AMOS 2 software aimed to manage QA standards (e.g. General Policies, Company Responsibilities and Authority, Shipboard Operations, Emergency Preparedness, etc).

The contract foresees Consultancy Service on Document Handling (aimed to ensure that operations are carried out consistently and correctly at every site by describing the organisations’ procedures and policies) and nonconformity reporting.

The vessel will use 3.5 G Network provided by China Telecom, with Citrix Server hosted by SpecTec.

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