The MiLCIS 2017 conference was recently held in Canberra, and Ocean Software delivered three presentations to audiences there. We're pleased to be able to share these presentations; Presentation 1 - Building on the ADF’s Pharmaceutical and Medical Supply Process to Deliver a Better Healthcare Service for Members. This presentation delivers an overview of how the ADF uses Ocean Software's technology
Ocean Software Pty Ltd has signed an agreement with MOSS SAS, key supplier to the Direction Générale de l’Armement (French Armament procurement agency) and French Air Force, Army & Navy, for the delivery of its flagship operations management solution, FlightPro®. MOSS SAS is a system engineering company working in the field of air operations for Direction Générale de l’Armement, France.
The Australian Defence Force (ADF) has embarked on two separate trials of Ocean Software’s Pharmaceutical Integrated Logistics (PILS) version 3. The ADF already uses a previous version of the cloud-ready solution, which lets the ADF gain tighter control over the ordering and supply of medical, dental and pharmaceutical supplies across the entire organisation, helping to save costs and ensure the
Ocean Software is once again sponsoring this year’s Royal International Air Tattoo, held at RAF Fairford, UK from Friday 14th to Sunday 16th July. The Air Tattoo is the largest military air show in the world. With more than 230 participating aircraft from 30 countries, and more than 160,000 spectators, it’s incredibly exciting and inspiring. Importantly for Ocean Software, the
With the update of our ISO9001 certification to ISO9001:2015, Ocean Software continues to demonstrate commitment to ensuring that our software products and services consistently meet customer requirements, and that we are continuously striving for improvement. The ISO 9001:2015 certification scope includes design, development, delivery, deployment, cloud operations and support of software portfolios. Certified by SAI Global after a lengthy audit process,
As Defence Forces around the world increasingly utilise computer based Command & Control (C2) systems, they are accumulating an enormous amount of information relating to operations at the unit level within their databases. Ideally, this information should be converted to knowledge and insight that supports tactical, operational and strategic decision making, provided staff have full and easy access to the