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Industry Success Stories
DNV Maritime and Oil & Gas Gain Deep Insight Into Maritime Markets With Maritime Information Services
This leading marine classification society -- which establishes standards for the design, construction and operation of vessels -- has ready access to the largest source of data in the maritime industry. Its analysts save time with a direct connection between continually-updated ships, casualty and ports data and their own applications.
International Maritime Leader Improves Prospecting and After-Sales Support with Comprehensive Data Management
A global leader of maritime products/services tightened processes across the organization for monitoring market conditions and appending internal records. It streamlined invoicing and eliminated duplication of records by implementing unique ship/company identification numbers.
Svitzer Achieves Compliance with OVMSA Marine Safety Standard to Reduce Incidents and Grow Business
This global leader gained a competitive advantage when it became the first tugboat company to fully comply with Offshore Vessel Management and Self- Assessment standards as well as decreasing lost-time incidents by 66%; reducing monthly average of total incidents by 80%; and training 1,700 employees on new safety protocols.
Panama Canal Authority extracts valuable insights from big data to grow market share
With responsibility for managing one of the world’s foremost shipping channels, this agency set out to estimate how a planned $5 billion expansion would impact its revenues. Its managers successfully predicted how the canal’s expanded capacity might transform its market share – including a 140% increase in petroleum products transit by 2017.