When you’ve been using paper to manage every aspect of your business for so long, it can seem like a daunting task to switch over to a paperless system. Take a minute and look at all those filing cabinets collecting dust...
There are two constant things which you need to have for all round success in your business! Find out more about what those two things are, and how they can help you and your business strategy to achieve results unlike ever before!
An unwanted breakdown! A hundred-customers standing on the wharf ready and waiting. The main office lady is away sick so the office team is short staffed. It has just started to drizzle and the customers patiently waiting on the wharf are now starting to get wet. The mechanic is not answering his phone. You have an idea of what the problem is, but you can’t be certain. You don’t want to risk it. Erring on the side of caution, you decide to cancel the trip...
The Ministry for Primary Industries announced last night that new changes were on its way to freshen up the way New Zealand's commercial fisheries are managed and monitored.
The regulations require the use of geospatial position reporting (GPR), e-logbooks, and cameras across the commercial fishing industry and are being rolled out from 1 October this year.
Check out the magnificent Sailing Yacht Sybaris, named the Sailing Yacht of the Year 2017 at the recent World Superyacht Awards.
It was my favorite game as a kid by far. Marco Polo was a game based on the famous ship merchant who traveled the world, specifically to Asia during the Middle Ages. The game is played in a swimming pool, where one person has their eyes closed and has to try and locate and tag any of the other participants of the game
No one likes doing paperwork. But, if you happen to be someone who does, you are officially one in a billion, congrats!
For the rest of us, paperwork is something we dread doing. Unfortunately, data and records are the backbones of our businesses and the glue that holds everything together. It’s the driving force behind safety, efficiency, and keeping operations sailing forward.