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Emerson Releases Next-Generation Terminal Management Software to Enhance Terminal Operational and Business Performance


Published Apr 19, 2017
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TerminalManager provides a single software platform to manage the entire terminal business process (illustration: Emerson)

Emerson Automation Solutions has released TerminalManager™, the next-generation software for managing all terminal operational and commercial activity. TerminalManager provides a single software platform to manage the entire terminal business process, helping operators streamline the loading processes, achieve greater connectivity to customer needs, and close the books faster.

Today’s terminal operator is faced with a variety of challenges to remain profitable in an increasingly complex market environment. For terminal operators in the oil and gas, chemical and refining industries, efficiently maximising the throughput of the terminal is critical to remain as key suppliers to their customers and to be financially successful. TerminalManager helps terminal operators manage the entire terminal business process by managing customer contracts and orders through a web-based portal, efficiently planning and executing the loading operations, managing book and physical inventory, charging for services, and billing activity back to the customer.

“With the release of TerminalManager, we continue to offer new ways for our customers to improve the efficiency of their operations, not just for loading and unloading operations but for the terminal business management process as well. TerminalManager is built not only to move products but to efficiently move information which optimises the order to cash cycle for the terminal and helps streamline the customer’s supply chain logistics activities,” says Pedro D’Ascola, general manager for Emerson’s Remote Automation Solutions business.

Tags: Emerson Automation Solutions




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