Seafarer HQ v5.0 General Availability

This software release delivers new features including multi-step application reviews, an overhaul in how we deal with tanker endorsements and online declarations for agents & staff.

Seafarer HQ was the first product to introduce the concept of QR codes and mobile validation on all seafarer documents back in September 2014. We followed this up in February 2015 with another first with the introduction of 2-factor authentication via Yubikey for secure agent and staff access via our partnership with Yubico.

Today, thanks to the seamless security features in Seafarer HQ and verification of documents by PSC officers worldwide, we save our customers countless hours of answering phones, manually verifying documents and more importantly, provide a real-time daily view of their business operations.

It’s safe to say that online verification of seafarer documents is a game-changer; And with the deadline fast approaching for the implementation of the 2010 STCW Manila amendments, its time customers take stock and ensure seafarer documentation systems are fit for purpose.

Leading the next phase of the Seafarer documentation revolution

Today's release of Seafarer HQ v5.0: Delahaye, brings a wave of updates to the platform including multi-step application reviews, an overhaul in how we deal with tanker endorsements and online declarations for agents & staff. All changes seamlessly support the Manila amendments to the STCW and require no additional work to ensure compliance.

Along with the numerous enhancements, we've also bolstered underlying platform security including multiple additional layers of data encryption, further ensuring seafarer personal data is continually protected.

Customers tell us that the Manila amendments are going to have a transformational impact on business operations so we've spent a large amount of time focusing on making sure our systems remain compliant with minimal effort required by clients.

We’re committed to delivering even more innovation and value in our quest to bring seamless compliance right to the heart of maritime administrations.

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