Mother’s Towing, Inc. a woman-owned enterprise operating in the New York Harbor, has chosen MarineCFO’s Vessel 365 solution as its answer to meeting the regulatory demands of Subchapter M, through AWO’s Responsible Carrier Program (RCP).Mother’s Towing employs 5 people, for operating its single tug performing all aspects of marine transportation. Those 5 employees were faced with organizing and keeping track of all required Subchapter M and AWO RCP requirements, using an archaic paper-based workflow. Samantha Miller, Owner/President of Mother’s Towing states, “Shuffling paper became cumbersome. Vessel 365 provided ease-of-use for both our office staff and our vessel crew. It was affordable and accessible and met our needs perfectly.”Having successfully implemented Vessel 365, Ms. Miller reports, “The ease by which computer-resistant captains transitioned from paper to computer was surprising. We owe this to Vessel 365’s ability to be configured to meet our own unique needs and the level of support offered by the Vessel 365 support staff.”
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MISSION Through technology thought leadership, provide products and services that empower workboat operators with Vessel Enterprise Resource Planning through sustainable data collection, tasking, and decision making tools.
MarineCFO’s Vessel 365 exceeds all the SubChapter M recordkeeping requirements both as a Towing Vessel Record and as an alternative TSMS recordkeeping solution. Because Vessel 365 stores SubChapter M mandated “objective evidence” our solution helps minimize the towing operators’ exposure to Jones Act litigation. Statutory entries for chronological vessel activities, personnel, safety, fire systems, navigation, assessments, nonconformities, & document management are all included in the Vessel 365 feature set.