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OSM rolls out Tero Marine fleet management software

Bjoern Sprotte, CEO, OSM Maritime Group Bjoern Sprotte, CEO, OSM Maritime Group

OSM Maritime Group has extended its partnership with Norwegian technology company Tero Marine to roll out its fleet management software, TM Master suite, across OSM’s entire global fleet. 

{mprestriction ids="1,2"} “It is with great enthusiasm I can announce that Tero Marine have signed a frame agreement with OSM. We are proud that such an innovative company, with its uncompromising focus on operational excellence for their customers, has recognised and selected TM Master as the best ship management software for their needs in 2020 and beyond. We look forward to adding OSM to our extensive portfolio of leading ship managers,” said Rune Lyngaas, CEO of Tero Marine.

The frame agreement with Tero Marine means that all vessels with various planned maintenance systems across the OSM fleet would be standardised on TM Master. TM Master is currently installed on close to 70 vessels across OSM’s Norway and Singapore managed fleets. With OSM’s vision of being a front-runner in the ship management segment, Tero Marine expect to see substantial growth in the coming years as the preferred partner for fleet management systems.

“OSM and Tero Marine partnership goes back 6 years already, and the fact that OSM have chosen to extend their business with us demonstrates our ability to help our customers fulfil their digitalisation journey in an increasingly complex landscape,” said Mr Lyngaas.

The cooperation between OSM and Tero Marine also extends the use of TM Master into OSM’s value adding services such as Catering Management.

“OSM Maritime Group has a strong focus on contributing to our customers’ success by delivering consistent and high-quality services. To do this, full insight and transparency by sharing the same level of information between vessels, us and our customers are key to enabling data-driven decision making. Consequently, we have been reviewing our core business processes to align them with the opportunities we see from extending our partnership with Tero Marine,” said Bjoern Sprotte, CEO of OSM.

Combined with a powerful analytics platform that helps them capture and act on detailed insights from the data, OSM is able to work in close collaboration with their customers. In addition, the company has tested artificial intelligence capabilities that enable the platform to identify advanced correlations that humans would normally not be able to catch on first sight.

“As a technical manager, OSM understands that trust is paramount when it comes to building long-lasting relationships with our clients, which is why we ensure that our customers can access analytical data pertaining to their fleets. Together with them, we will continue to enhance our digital services to suit their needs in the best possible way. We’re confident that our services are best in class, so we are happy to show them exactly what we see, and we will continue to do so as we expand our digitalisation drive and develop new and exciting solutions,” said Mr Sprotte.

Tero Marine is part of the growing Seagull/Videotel group forming under the leadership of CEO Manish Singh. The new group, built on the combined experience of its historic brands, is dedicated to accelerating innovation in maritime learning and technology focused businesses. {/mprestriction}

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    The agreement also includes 14 tugs owned by Pacific Towing, both companies being part of Steamships Trading Company, within the Swire Group. Tero Marine will provide the companies with its full range of Fleet Management software applications across, Procurement, Maintenance, Crew Management, Quality and Environment.

    Consort operates geared, multipurpose vessels offering scheduled liner services to the 17 main ports in Papua New Guinea.

    “I want to applaud Consort for having the confidence to be making such a progressive move in these uncertain times. I am confident that our TM Master software will help optimise the management and compliance of their fleet. I would like to pay tribute to the professionalism of our knowledgeable team and in particular our colleagues in Singapore that worked hard to win this contract by listening carefully to Consort’s needs and demonstrating that we could satisfy their requirements. We welcome both Consort Express Lines and Pacific Towing to our expanding customer community,” said Rune Lyngaas, Tero Marine’s CEO.

    “There were several reasons for choosing Tero Marine’s TM Master. The most obvious one was its complete product features and functions which suited our internal procedures and business needs. Secondly, TM Master was the most user friendly system so our crews will not have to undergo intensive training sessions,” said Chris De Villiers, COO of Consort Express Lines.

    “Another major factor from our point of view, was the complete understanding by the team at Tero Marine of our requirements regarding our business processes. They were able to provide the right solutions to our needs and were pro-active in everything from pre-project documentation to implementation plan.” he added.

    Mr. De Villiers concluded that “In challenging times like these, we need to focus on keeping the ships sailing. Having a professional partner like we have found in Tero Marine is crucial.”

    “I am delighted to see that our focus on UX (User Experience) in every aspect of how we serve our customers is being acknowledged and rewarded.” Mr Lyngaas added. 

     

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