Veson and SEDNA integrate software systems to centralise communications

Veson Nautical has signed a new collaboration agreement with SEDNA, to enable users to integrate operational data from the Veson IMOS Platform (VIP) with relevant email and communications from within the SEDNA system.

Following the integration, VIP data will be used to enable automated identification, tagging, and ordering of email messages to facilitate improved team communications.

Mutual clients can link the context of the voyage and underlying contracts to automatically create an organisational structure for incoming emails, forming a centralised, contextualised workflow for internal and external communications within the context of their commercial operations, the partners said.

“We’re delighted to work with Veson Nautical to expand our shipping applications portfolio and enable mutual clients to derive more value from SEDNA’s shared workspace, where emails and internal notes can be drafted, sent, and shared across teams all in one place,” said Lakshmi Baskaran, Vice President of Engineering at SEDNA.

“At SEDNA, we’re committed to providing a solution that improves efficiency and productivity while streamlining communications. By integrating with VIP, relevant communications, conversations, documents, and associated actions are now visible to the whole team within SEDNA, directly addressing the problem of over-reliance on traditional email systems.”

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