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Manage Your Fleet, Increase Revenue

January 31, 2012
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PortVision http://www.portvision.com has launched its SmartOps Fleet Management System to expand its AIS-based vessel tracking system’s benefits, while also offering an enterprise resource management system and developing a routine, all-inclusive assortment of unit tow business practices.

SmartOps enables unit tow fleet operators to collaborate with their customers not only on traffic updates and other real-time logistics, but also on complex invoicing and regulatory reporting. Consequently, they can speed approvals while minimizing discrepancies and distractions associated with billing and compliance requirements.

“SmartOps enables fleet owners and operators to increase revenue, reduce costs, and create tighter and more efficient customer relationships,” says Dean Rosenberg, CEO, PortVision. “It is the only system tailored to the specific business processes of liquid cargo marine transportation and incorporates valuable best practices for improving productivity and efficiency while eliminating paper, reducing errors, and minimizing labor.”

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