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Octopi by Navis: A Ground-Breaking Webinar

Octopi by Navis: A Ground-Breaking Webinar

Octopi by Navis, experts in TOS technology, has announced it will host a webinar which will explore how small and medium terminals can improve their operations, cut costs and increase overall performance.

The webinar will include insights from Luc Castera, Director and Founder of Octopi, and Martin Bardi, VP of Global Sales for Octopi by Navis, on the benefits of improving operations through the TOS SaaS (Software as a Service).

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These will include how actionable data can make yard management more efficient by helping track cargo and communicate real-time data with carriers and supply chain stakeholders.

This will be followed by Berenice Baussan, Chief Operating Officer, Caribbean Port Services (CPS), with a real-life case study of how Octopi improved the operations at the port of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, by building a transparent data-driven culture.

Through its collaboration with Octopi, the port of Port-au-Prince’s productivity jumped by 50% in just two months and maintained operational uptime in the most challenging of circumstances, including a hurricane.

The insight offered here make this webinar a must-see for small and medium-sized terminals hoping to move to a modern TOS in order to boost productivity, cut waste and improve customer satisfaction, without upfront investments in technology or staff.

You will discover what makes Octopi by Navis stand apart from other options available. This includes the Cloud-based simple SaaS pricing, the ability to access vital information from any device in the world and vastly improved digital and physical security.

To discover how Octopi can help you tap into the latest Cloud TOS technology, register for the webinar today.

Discover more: https://www.navis.com/en/insights/webinars/octopi-modern-saas-tos-small-to-medium-terminals-webinar/




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