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Monday, 28 October 2013 16:17

Green Marine Solutions and ROAM teaser

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We have been very busy the last few weeks helping Green Marine Solutions with software development, branding and a new website. Green Marine Solutions offer a wide variety of services to wind farms and shipping.

New GMS and ROAM LogosEarly tomorrow we will be heading off to their offices in Sunderland to help with a demo to a potential client. The demo will consist of a demonstration of the ROAM software, GMS company and competence overview and a Q&A about the possibilities of ROAM. We assisted in the presentations and also made an illustrative video.

From their current website:
"Green Marine Solutions provides professional marine services and specialist support to the offshore renewables industry. At GMS we can help with every aspect of offshore construction, management and development. Our headquarters are based in the North East, with two additional bases throughout the UK in Glasgow and Cornwall. We are the only company in the UK capable of delivering a wide range of bespoke marine solutions simultaneously."

Most effort has gone into getting a software suite ready for proof of concept. The software called ROAM (Realtime Operational Asset Management). Not to give too much away now we will leave it at that.

What we can tease is the new branding and website look. It is in its final stages of sign-off and we are very proud of it. The branding reflects a professional and contemporary design with colours to match. Since GMS will most likely offer products and services outside of the Renewables Industry, it was necessary not to pigeon-hole their look to one industry.

Let us not forget. Thanks to PixoRental we will be driving down in style!

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