ZeroNorth and Dataloy partner to integrate software platforms

Maritime software firm ZeroNorth has agreed a deal with Dataloy Systems to join its ecosystem of partners and integrate the two companies’ respective platforms.

The deal builds upon an existing partnership between ZeroNorth Bunker, previously ClearLynx, and Dataloy’s Voyage Management System, established to support data exchange between the two applications.

The integration will allow users of the two software systems to streamline voyage management decision-making by providing access to fuel prediction and optimisation information, without switching between screens.

The need for manual data entry is also eliminated as the two systems can share data back and forth, with joint customers now having the ability to access ZeroNorth’s bunker optimisation models and data from within the Dataloy interface.

“As a purpose-driven company, it’s essential we collaborate with the partners that the industry utilises,” said Fernando Bosch, VP of Business and Services Development at ZeroNorth.

“We are pleased that our joint customers now have access to relevant data in both systems, improving the benefit of the ZeroNorth platform.”

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