MobileOps — Marine Operations Platform
Case Studies



Michael Armfield

We’ve traditionally held off on building an invoice feature because many of our customers have existing accounting systems that facilitate the invoicing process. However, we’ve discovered that such processes often involve copying and pasting billing data from a system like MobileOps into separate accounting software. In addition, it’s difficult to contextualize all the facets of a job when creating an invoice in an external accounting system. Therefore, we set out to build an invoice feature that accomplishes two main goals...

Fleet Diagrams

Lindsay Schwindt

MobileOps is excited to announce the launch of a new feature that lives in our Vessels module—Fleet Diagrams. The Fleet Diagram feature was created to track fleet asset locations (on inland rivers or offshore) in a highly interactive, customizable way. Because they update in real-time, Fleet Diagrams reduce communication overhead and keep both shoreside personnel and vessel crews on the same page. That said, it can also be used to create any type of visual—such as crew boards.

Come join the MobileOps team as we exhibit at the International Workboat Show in New Orleans, LA from November 28th through the 30th...

As MobileOps continues to thrive and grow we want to keep supporting our customers in the best way possible. Over the past couple of months, we have focused on completing written tutorials for our platform. However, we have learned that video tutorials are more sought after and are very beneficial....

In any company where success is clientele-based the ability to create and sustain meaningful relationships with customers is essential. No service should ever be sold without first flourishing a relationship with the consumer. Building and maintaining such ties can benefit both the buyer and the seller in the long run. Our main goal at MobileOps is not to sell our software, but rather to form and build relationships with our customers...

The 21st century is powered by technology. With this trend many business processes have become much more efficient. Such forms of technology, like MobileOps, which is a software system that tracks and manages all maintenance and safety data for companies in the maritime industry, often get overlooked because of the original paper-based systems are “good enough.” Because paper-based systems fall in the comfort-zone of many businesses and still provide functionality, why would businesses switch?

As CTO at MobileOps I am often asked about cybersecurity. Cybersecurity is a vast, complicated domain and given that the terrain is always shifting, I think it’s best to harbor a degree of paranoia in order to stay on top of potential threats. Given my background in the DevOps and infrastructure automation space, I’ve brought a healthy degree of paranoia and have applied it to the MobileOps platform in the form of our security plan.

The top ambition of all companies is to achieve success in the marketplace. In a world that is rapidly evolving, the ability to adapt to change is crucial in order to steer clear of failure. Change is a funny thing though—we sometimes have to endure short-term discomfort in order to gain long-term success. Change is the only way continuous success is achieved.

1. It’s easy to use. When we speak with captains, deckhands, and engineers they often tell us that MobileOps is the easiest software they’ve used to date (and many of them have used a combination of other solutions that exist in the marketplace).

On July 20th of this year everyone in the towing industry had to be Subchapter M compliant due to the fact that on July 22nd of next year 25% of a company’s fleet must have their COI’s (certificate of inspection) to keep their business up and running. With that said, what does it look like in terms of cost to be Subchapter M compliant?

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