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The future of ship management

Marine vessels are becoming more complex, and the new-build market is increasingly competitive. To ensure they can deliver projects on time and on budget, shipbuilders need a centralized data management system to store and connect data across the full ship lifecycle. Doing so makes ship management more streamlined and collaborative, allowing shipbuilders to effectively manage the complexity of today’s ships. Download the infographic to learn more about digital ship lifecycle management.

Ship management trends

Shipbuilders are facing a few key ship management trends that impact how they approach ship lifecycle management. They need to meet increasingly stringent functional requirements while still delivering vessels on time, on budget and on quality. Plus, they need to manage data stored in different formats from different teams involved in the shipbuilding process. Effectively managing that data can help reduce errors and delays, and it captures knowledge for reuse in future projects.

Ship lifecycle management

Because ships have such long lifecycles, it’s crucial to store the product and process information in one centralized data backbone. That data backbone is the foundation of ship lifecycle management, enabling shipbuilders, marine suppliers and ship owners/operators to maximize productivity.

Ship lifecycle management software

Ship lifecycle management software creates a single source of truth for the full ship lifecycle, connecting data from various stakeholders involved in the construction and operation of the vessel. Learn more about the importance of ship lifecycle management software by downloading the infographic now.