Canton, GA (PRWEB) January 26, 2011
Nautical Software Solution (NSS) will be exhibiting at the International Marina and Boat Yard Conference 2011 (IMBC) in Ft. Lauderdale , Florida January 26-28. “We are excited to have the opportunity to personally meet with marine and boatyard business owners to share how our expertise and product lines can help them optimize profitability and minimize expenses,” said Joseph DeMarco, president and founder of both NSS and its parent company AMCG. “The conference galvanizes marine professionals from all over the world to share ideas. We are proud to be part of the conversation and look forward to sharing how our company can help businesses run more efficiently and adapt to a new industry paradigm,” says DeMarco.
Visitors to the NSS Booth 512 will meet the unique team of professionals with proven exertise as software providers and business consultants and learn about NSS software including:
Marine Service Shop (M-SHOP) designed for the service-only repair facility that doesn’t want to pay for costly accounting software. http://goo.gl/RnDnb
Management PRO (M-PRO) which offers the basic services available with M-SHOP, plus also provides the accounting needs for a full-service dealership. http://goo.gl/lXcfi
The Marina Program (TMP) , a dedicated, stand-alone package for the management of harbors and marinas without ship servicing requirements. http://goo.gl/AzY0J
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About Nautical Software Solution
NSS offers a unique team of professionals with proven expertise as software providers and business consultants. The team provides a variety of valuable services that enable a business to optimize their profitability and minimize their expenses. Visit http://nauticalsoftwaresolution.com to learn more.
About International Marina & Boatyard Conference
IMBC is the only conference specifically geared toward marina and boatyard owners, operators, and managers as well as dock masters, harbormasters, boat builders and repairers, and industry consultants. It is where dedicated marine professionals from all over the globe gather to exchange information, talk about the future of the industry, explore new methods and techniques, and receive updates on revised standards and established rules. The conference is produced by the Association of Marina Industries. To learn more about the International Marina and Boat Yard Conference 2011 (IMBC) visit http://www.marinaassociation.org/imbc/.