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Thursday, August 22, 2019

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Securely Connected Vessels: Vessel Communications and Maritime Cybersecurity

Posted to Maritime Software....Making It Easy (by Dean Shoultz) on January 23, 2017

As improvements to communication technologies, sensors, and vessel electronics continue to progress, operators are more motivated than ever to provide reliable communication solutions to their fleet. The wide range of options and variables involved…

MarineCFO's Free SubChapter M Educational Series

Posted to Maritime Software....Making It Easy (by Dean Shoultz) on August 4, 2016

Faced with a tightening twenty three month SubChapter M compliance window workboat owners have another tool to assist them through this daunting transition. Workboat industry thought leader MarineCFO announced a 15 week series of free educational…

SubChapter M: Vessel 365 Gets Underway

Posted to Maritime Software....Making It Easy (by Dean Shoultz) on July 18, 2016

Since 2011 I have been involved with in nearly every high level discussion concerning SubChapter M technologies and recordkeeping. It has been a long and often times anxious road as we have all pondered what USCG would publish in the Final Rule.

Workboat eLogs and the IRS

Posted to Maritime Software....Making It Easy (by Dean Shoultz) on February 11, 2016

Countless Federal laws govern nearly every aspect of the inland waterways transportation industry, yet the convergence of the United States Coast Guard (USCG) Sub Chapter M impending Final Rule with the Internal Revenue Service's (IRS) Inland…

Simplified Onboard UI Best for Workboat Software

Posted to Maritime Software....Making It Easy (by Dean Shoultz) on January 4, 2016

The catalyst to successful software development in the workboat market is economically solving a myriad of marine operational data issues within the framework of a simplified onboard User Interface (UI). Every day boatmen labor to reduce the…