NORWAY, LYSAKER; 12 December 2017: BASS is pleased to announce that it has appointed Mr. Fernando Lehrer as their VP of Sales for the North American market as part of its continuous commitment to growth and close customer support. With a Naval Architect & Marine Engineer background, Fernando brings over 20 years of
With maritime rules and regulations for protecting the environment becoming constantly stricter, BASS has kept ahead of the tech trend and proactively designed the BASSnet™ system to keep ship managers fully compliant with current and upcoming requirements. On the 1st of July 2015, the EU MRV Regulation (Monitoring, Reporting, and Verification) came into effect.
Since the inception of our Training Services on 15th September 2014, a total of 40 batches of trainees have passed through our BASS Alabang Training Centre in the Philippines. We have received encouraging feedback and this has inspired us to continue improving our services. To date, our training services have attracted customers such as
BASS is pleased to announce that our Senior Sales Manager, Mr. Derrick Lee, is now promoted to Vice President of Sales - Asia. Derrick began his career in BASS 15 years ago and was initially responsible for implementing BASS products, both as a Consultant and Project Manager. In 2009, Derrick joined the Asian sales
Since the inception of our Training Services on 15th September 2014, a total of 8 batches of trainees have passed through our BASS Alabang Training Centre in the Philippines. We have received encouraging feedback and this has inspired us to continue improving our services. To-date, our training services have attracted customers such as Oldendorff
OSLO (Norway), March 19, 2014: A key player in the global maritime fleet management systems, BASS proudly introduced its latest product release; the BASSnetTM 2.9 Fleet Management System; during the 13th edition of the Asia Pacific Maritime event in Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. In its latest offering, BASSnet 2.9 now features new modules such
BASS Software Ltd., a leading global provider of software for fleet and rig management, will use the financial resources it freed up after selling itself out of Star Information Systems (SIS) to continue to invest in its own business by pursuing new markets and developing new products. “The price we received was satisfactory, based on