Advancing Shipping Industry through Digitalization

The Caribbean’s maritime industry has embraced digitalization, and this is proving to be of immense value in keeping the supply chain open, even during the height of the pandemic.

Long gone are the days when companies were forced to manually manage their operations through spreadsheets. Now with digital technology such as the ADVANTUM Software Suite which provides workflow automations, these companies can now manage vessel and cargo manifests, billing, and invoicing or even the tracking of their warehouse and motor vehicle inventory with just a few clicks.

The ADVANTUM software also integrates with Third Party Systems, meaning that it communicates with other business systems, shipping partners (PCS and ASYCUDA) and electronic data interchange (EDI) partners. The software is flexible and user-friendly, and customers can choose from on-premises or cloud-based options.

Kay Wilson-Kelly, Operations manager-ADVANTUM shares how digitalization, using the ADVANTUM software has impacted customers,

“With the global shift to work-from-home, clients using the ADVANTUM software to manage crucial parts of their business remain at an advantage, as they can access the system from anywhere in the world. Our integrated workflows increase productivity and reduce human error. Our Networking services have also been crucial by providing clients and their teams with remote access to company network systems while monitoring and deterring online security threats.”

In the Caribbean, as ICT professionals, ADVANTUM will continue to provide innovative technology and services that will take our maritime sector further along the digitalization pathway.

You can request a free ADVANTUM consultation to see how your business can benefit from utilizing digital technology by contacting 876-923-7022 or email:

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