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GNS puts fleet tracking and navigation management on smartphones with VFI Go

GNS makes new service free of charge to all users of Voyager FLEET INSIGHT (VFI) to support shipping company staff working remotely

GNS, the maritime solutions company, announced that users of its Voyager FLEET INSIGHT web service can now access fleet tracking, approve orders and access other navigation management tools via a new version optimised for smartphones.

VFI Go includes access to GNS’s fleet and vessel tracking, inventory and compliance management services, Port State Control inspection data and port call data. Additionally, users can also use VFI Go to review and approve digital and paper chart and publication orders more easily and efficiently.

“VFI Go means customers can now enjoy an even better VFI experience on their smartphone to help them manage their fleets remotely,” said Hayley van Leeuwen, GNS’s Director of Product and Marketing. “It was important for us to make it as easy as possible to access the vessel tracking and navigation management information that fleet managers need on the go, particularly with the unique set of operational challenges being created by the COVID-19 pandemic, we are providing VFI Go to all VFI users via their existing logins at no extra charge from day one.”

Voyager FLEET INSIGHT is GNS’s web-based fleet tracking, navigation and operations management tool. In March, GNS also launched VFI Plus, a powerful extension to VFI and made the service available free of charge during the COVID-19 pandemic to support shipping companies with remote working or office-based teams meet increased demands for fast access to up to date information. Switch on VFI Plus for free here. (https://gnsworldwide.cogniclick.app/enter/vfi-plus#/)

To get access to VFI Go, simply click vfigo.gnsworldwide.com and enter your usual VFI login details.

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