OSM to standardise on Tero Marine software

OSM Maritime Group has extended its partnership with Norwegian software company Tero Marine under a new deal which will see the TM Master fleet management application package become the system of choice for handling maintenance and purchasing activities onboard the entire global OSM fleet.

The framework agreement will see all OSM vessels with alternative planned maintenance systems standardised on TM Master, which is currently already installed on close to 70 vessels across OSM’s Norway and Singapore managed fleets as a result of the companies’ existing six-year relationship.

“OSM Maritime Group has a strong focus on contributing to our customers’ success by delivering consistent and high-quality services,” said Bjoern Sprotte, CEO of OSM.

“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.”

“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.”

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