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Friday, October 19, 2018 

OceanManager, a provider of maritime software solutions for health, safety environment and quality (HSEQ), has announced vesFMS, a new program for management of vessel maintenance, supply, procurement, crewing and safety.

Leveraging advanced data analytics, Artificial Intelligence and operational optimisation by location, vesFMS completes OceanManager’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) offering for shipowners and managers.

“vesFMS is the first cybersecure fleet management solution that provides all requisite modules for technical management and is a constantly evolving platform that provides all the tools that vessel operators need to improve technical management, planning and execution,” said OceanManager CEO, Rajan Vasudevan. “Designed for ease of use and low human touchpoints, vesFMS reduces administrative burden while improving quality of data and reporting.”

vesFMS is completely integrated with its mobile platform mAuditor for audits, surveys and inspections and the enterprise HSEQ solution (mHSEQ) delivering compliance with TMSA, OVID and ISM requirements.

Built with open architecture for strong integration with partner products vesFMS will improve ‘single window’ operations, with seamless integration to voyage management, supply chain management and passage planning.

vesFMS is differentiated by its AI-based digital assistant that aggregates data, location and uses voice-based inputs to provide recommendations and help make decisions based on reliability, costs, safety and procurement making direct impact on the bottom line and improved reputation with clear outcomes.

The vesFMS applications platform has been built from the ground up with open architecture and with threat modelling across the product development lifecycle, added Vasudevan. “We designed vesFMS with market and client feedback for software that delivers value, solves problems and builds trust with a company that has a vision and digital roadmap. We are making technologies work in the maritime sector. This is the best time for companies to take a hard look at their investments and decide whether they want to defend expensive spends or get on board with innovative solutions that future-proof their business.”

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