GLOBAL MARINE TRAVEL (GMT) closed an agreement with RadiantFleet and Clearwater Ship Management. The agreement includes the use of RadiantFleet platform (Software as a Service) and GMT’s travel management platform with connectivity, digitalization and ease of use in mind.
Founded in 2012, RadiantFleet provides a Cloud Suite of products for Crew and Fleet Management, helping businesses with planning, administering, budgeting and tracking of Maritime assets, processes and human resources on one platform. It includes a private cloud platform, fully encrypted communication & storage, visualization tools, third party systems interoperability and a unified access management system.
GMT’s marine and offshore airfares are specifically designed to assist the commercial ship industries crew with travel from their homes to their workplace and back, and has enabled many companies in the maritime industry improve operating efficiencies and reduce costs.
Together, this integrated technology solution ensures that mutual client Clearwater, a shipping company established in 1995 exclusively focused on tankers, has a custom-made, top of the line, and fully managed shipping solution with the best user experience, and a fast response to their travel requests.
GMT General Manager of North America & Global Sales Manager, Chris Podolsky, said, “interfacing RadiantFleet’s crew management software with GMT’s travel management platform provides our mutual clients’ a fully integrated end-to-end solution that increases efficiencies and speed across the board.”
Both GMT and RadiantFleet are looking forward to building a long-lasting partnership and unlocking competitive advantages in the maritime industry with regards to a more robust travel management platform solution.