Software as a Service

SaaS (Software as a Service) is a software distribution model in which the application is stored and made available by the supplier via Internet. This eliminates the need to install and run the program on the client's computer. SaaS shifts the responsibilities of management, updating and support from the consumer to the supplier.

More

Automatic Notifications

Communication module of OPERATUS provides the possibility of automatic notification (via e-mail or SMS) for the individual users about the changes taking place in the system, about the objects to which they have access. In the structure of the system OPERATUS for most objects of 'event' type (eg. Supply, contract ...) provides the ability create statuses...

MORE

Compatibility with other systems

OPERATUS was created as a system to assist entities involved in trade of goods, including port and maritime trade. Apart from different modules offered to individual market participants, the system offers so called ESB (Enterprise Service Bus) which is a sophisticated software serving for communication / cooperation / exchange of data between different systems...

MORE

Monitoring of the deliveries

enables constant monitoring (in real time) of each mode of transport and their status, i.e. the stages of transport and / or service in place of loading / unloading. At the individual statuses (stages), the system can send a notification to interested market participants...

MORE

Quality & quantity inspection

The inspection module enables inspection bodies and laboratories to to carry out the entire inspection process (sampling, tally, weighing, volume measurement, draught survey….) in an electronic way and provide the results to the clients on line, in a real time...

MORE

User's benefits

  • Availability (easy access to information and data at any time, place, on any device, in real time, on-line)
  • E-mail and SMS notifications.
  • The system that can serve as common system to all participants of the logistics process (parameters once introduced by one of the participants, are seen and used by all other participants, up to the end of the process).
  • The entire logistics process in one hand.
  • Monitoring of the whole logistics process.
  • Automation of data exchange.
  • Integration with the external systems.
  • Integrity of standards in business relationships
  • Monitoring the settlements and execution of of agreements.