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Navis Master Terminal integrates into its smart ecosystem

Navis, a part of Cargotec Corporation, has announced that its Terminal Operating System (TOS) for mixed cargo terminals, Master Terminal, has been successfully integrated into the Navis Smart architecture.

Master Terminal TOS provides a secure, real-time view of information and activity across the enterprise. With this integration customers will be able to take advantage of the Navis portfolio by accessing applications that can enhance their investment in Master Terminal, according to a Navis statement. The first application to be integrated is OpsView, a business intelligence tool for tracking operational performance.

Integrating Master Terminal with Navis Smart is part of the company’s strategy to ensure that customers have a path to get more from their existing terminal operating system while future-proofing their investment. When general cargo terminals and container terminals are being run by the same operator, the system can provide a unified view of both types of operations, improving visibility and management of the entire business.

Due to the connected offerings from the Navis Smart Suite, terminal operators are now able to access more data and insights, which are being leveraged by advanced technologies for better decision making. The suite can be deployed in the cloud without the need for upgrades making it easier for terminal operators to get additional functionality to their teams more quickly, enabling them to increase efficiencies, lower costs and improve customer service.

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