Maritime software solutions & services
Star Information Systems (SIS) is a world leader within maritime software and services in the shippingand offshore industry. The software is developed to allow efficiency and safe operation of all kind of vessels and rigs. The company´s headquarter is in Trondheim – the technology capital in Norway, in addition to offices in Brazil and Singapore. SIS has close relations to the largest independent research organization in Scandinavia, SINTEF.
Users can track their assets, including rental equipment and their costs.
Automated procurement and material tracking can be used for reduced cost and improved availability.
Users can plan daily maintenance tasks and projects. They can monitor their barriers, performance and continuous maintenance improvement cycle.
Preparation for larger projects, production of docking specifications, quote processing, detailed planning, execution and cost control.
Preventive safety and risk reducing work can be combined with deviations and undesired event reporting.
About the Company
Star IPS is presently used onboard more than 2,000 ships/rigs across approximately 150 ship- and rig- owners/managers. The company has customers in all segments; jack-ups, semisubmersibles, drilling rigs, drill ships, FPSOs, land rigs, accommodation rigs, supply vessels, passenger/cruise ferries, product/chemical tankers, bulkers, tankers and third party managers.
Star Information System’s largest customers in the shipping segment include wellknown operators such as Boreal, Norled, Hurtigruten, Odfjell Shipping, Farstad Shipping, Solstad Offshore, Colorline, Van Oord, Norbulk Shipping and many others.
Star Information Systems is a world-class provider of maritime software solutions and services. The company provides maritime software solutions and services to maximize profitability and operational safety for our customers.
SIS’ focus is to provide one integrated package onboard, which is easy-to-use, easy to maintain and covers all areas of operation for technical management. The system is commonly run offl ine with replication/exchange of data every 24 hours from the ship to a central database in a server in the office, and vice versa. The system can however be run online if so required.
The office (server) concept allows companies to have one system, which can be integrated to any third party application such as financial accounting, or a crew management/payroll system.