Navis releases N4 3.4 software
Navis has released its N4 3.4 software, the latest version of its flagship terminal system technology.
The company says improvements to the software’s equipment optimization modules include reduced waiting times in key areas of the terminal and maximized fleet utilization.
“Our journey to deliver best-in-class supply chain products continues with N4 3.4, and as we learn from previous versions and solicit customer feedback, we continue to find new ways to simplify processes and remove friction between users and N4, ultimately improving business outcomes for our customers,” said Scott Holland, VP of global product management at Navis.
N4 3.4 is the second terminal system release delivered through Navis’ ‘Agile’ development approach and is designed to handle greater container volumes in a more stable and scalable platform environment, reduce downtime and maintenance costs and access real time information on operations status and performance.
California-headquartered Navis, part of Cargotec Corporation, says that N4 3.4 users will benefit from better yard optimization when decking containers within N4, as its intrablock decking is integrated with all allocations.
A system health monitoring solution is being built to reduce potential outage time through early detection of critical failures and by generating alerts as quickly as possible. Navis will use Zabbix as its primary application monitoring tool.
Holland stated: “We have our eyes on the future, and have started to define the N4 optimization features that our customers will need in the years to come.”
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