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Fortune Technologies, RINA form Alliance

Posted by Michelle Howard

Fortune Technologies, a Greek provider of integrated maritime software solutions and Microsoft's Dynamics NAV partner, announced a strategic alliance with RINA, the classification, certification, inspection, testing and consulting multinational, to create value added services for the Greek and global shipping market.

RINA aims to further enhance its presence in the maritime market, and in particular within the digital technology sector, by further developing the RINACube digital platform with Fortune Technologies, a leader in IT and maritime ERP systems.

By leveraging RINA's network and know-how, as well as Fortune Technologies' specialization in maritime ERP, the two companies seek to provide integrated solutions and applications to the shipping industry.

Through this collaboration, shipping companies will have even greater access to cutting-edge Microsoft technology while enjoying worldwide support from RINA.

Cooperation has already begun and more details will be announced shortly.

Mar 14, 2019

 

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