Jade Software has completed a contract to provide its Terminal Operating System to Italian shipping firm Ignazio Messina and Co, which operates a cargo terminal at the Port of Genoa.
The project was part-way towards completion when the February 22 Christchurch earthquake struck.
Howard Wren, director of Jade Logistics and Master Terminal, says in a media release from Jade announcing the deal that the quake didn’t affect the timing of the implementation.
“I’ve been impressed with the smooth implementation and fabulous support effort from the entire Jade team,” Wren says.
“Our robust and tested business management plan allowed the Messina support phase to continue without disruption to Messina or any other Jade Logistics client.”
Phase two of the project, which involves further developing the Jade Software at the terminal, is now underway.
Jade CEO Craig Richardson told The Dominion Post last year that the deal was worth $NZ3.9 million.