OrbitMI partners with Lloyd’s List Intelligence as data provider for liquid cargos

Apr 21 2021


OrbitMI, Inc., a global provider of maritime software and data solutions, announced its partnership with Lloyd’s List Intelligence, the trusted expert serving the global maritime industry for 300 years.

OrbitMI has partnered with the company, which is part of Informa PLC, as an additional provider of both vessel characteristics as well as company and ownership data for tankers.

 

The data will be integrated and visualized throughout Orbit, the company’s suite of integrated maritime solutions. Orbit is explicitly designed with an integration layer to pull in multiple systems and data feeds into one unified interface, allowing the company to respond to customer demands.

 

“At OrbitMI, we’re looking to collaborate and build partnerships with like-minded, world-class, customer-centric companies like Lloyd’s List Intelligence who allow us to deliver a technology solution that fits our customers’ workflow,” said Ali Riaz, CEO of OrbitMI. “Lloyd’s List Intelligence is one of the most respected and influential brands in maritime and have a shared vision of transparency and sharing within our industry.”

 

The unparalleled real-time data from Lloyd’s List Intelligence will allow OrbitMI to offer its customers with insights that empower them to make better decisions, and ultimately move their business forward.

 

“Being data-driven used to be an aspiration,” added Riaz. “Now, it’s imperative. Orbit's commitment is to make the transformation to data-driven an easy process without upfront costs.”

 

Following on the heels of a record-setting webinar in June of last year on maritime intelligence, the two organizations continued to expand their partnership with research and successful lead generation programs. The ongoing discussions throughout 2020 have all led to the announcement.

 

“OrbitMI is both nimble and innovative,” said Michael Dell, President, Lloyd’s List Intelligence. “We have spent the last year working closely with OrbitMI and building this partnership. We are happy to be part of a solution that is driving the transparency and the ever-evolving transformation of the maritime industry.”

 



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