DeepBlue presenting the latest V3.11 version at Monaco Yacht Show 2018

Deep Blue Soft exhibits at the Monaco Yacht Show for the 4thtime, presenting its highly anticipated V3.11 latest software version for Yacht Management. 

Captains, Chief Engineers, Pursers, but also Managers, Owner Representatives andOwners, will visit Deep Blue’s stand to exchange with our Team and our lead developers about their experience and needs in Yacht Management.

Since Deep Blue`s first release back in 2013, our engineering team has been closely collaborating with the Yachting & Merchant navy professionals to bring to the market a robust and well-architected industry-specific software solution, renowned for its user-friendly interface, relevant modules and business strength.

There is always continuous space for improvement and optimization in Maintenance Software”, says Benoit Faure, President of Deep Blue Soft Ltd. If our Software has gained a reputation of being Best of Breed Software for Yacht Management needs, it is mainly due to the fact that we leverage 20 years experience in developing software for other industries (Movie industry & Video Games). At Deep Blue, we have always involved our Clients and our entire Users’ community (Crew members, Managers, DPA, Owners) in the development, enabling us to release upgrades every 3 months. This is what allows us today to always present more features and continuously adapt to the specifics of Yachting.

As a result, to date, over 120 yachts between 25m-120m and numerous international Management Agencies and Family Offices have chosen Deep Blue.

Experience counts

In preparation of our latest version, V3.11 we decided to team up with Ian Hornsby of Techman / Hubware, one of the most experienced specialists in Mega Yacht planned maintenance systems and yacht documentation.

We are very excited and enthusiastic about the work achieved through this collaboration, to produce DEEP Blue V3.11. With this new version we now have a full Management Software perfectly adapted to all Yachts, and especially to the high complexity of >100m Yachts, for Planned Maintenance Systems and the management of Human Resources and Financial Reporting” says Benoit.

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