Nova Sea picks Maritech for new purchase and sale software

Maritech VP of Sales Klas Vangen.

Nova Sea, a farmed salmon producer based in Norway, has picked Maritech as a cloud-based solution for its sales, invoicing, and accounting software.

Molde, Norway-based aquaculture technology company Maritech develops digital solutions for a number of aspects of the aquaculture industry, from transport management systems to sales and orders. Nova Sea said it plans to implement Maritech Purchase & Sales as a cloud-based solution for managing its sales, claims, and exports. 

"For us, Maritech was a well-considered and natural choice. We continue our digital transformation journey by embracing cloud technology to streamline our processes," Nova Sea Head of IT Geir Johan Birkeland said in a release.

Birkeland said that Nova Sea has already worked closely with Maritech in the pre-project phase, and found the company to be a “solid partner” for its digital needs.

“The new cloud software will enhance efficiency across various departments within our company, from coordination to sales, invoicing, and accounting,” Birkelad said. “This will provide us with better control and also create synergies beyond the functions directly involved in the project."

Nova Sea is one of the largest salmon farming companies in Northern Norway, with more than 30 salmon licenses and facilities along the entire Helgeland coast.

"Nova Sea is a highly innovative and technology-driven company, and we are proud that they have chosen us," Maritech VP of Sales Klas Vangen said. “We have learned a lot from them through our work together in recent months. Their expertise and dedication are crucial to Nova Sea's success and have also added significant value to our collaboration. We look forward to achieving new milestones together and helping them continue increasing their growth.”

Maritech announced in its FY 2022 update, released on 9 June, that it had a 21 percent increase in revenue to NOK 185.3 million (then USD 17.2 million, EUR 15.9 million). In 2023, the company also secured contracts with Iceland-based Samherji and U.S.-based Kingfish Maine to provide software for seafood processing and aquaculture, respectively.    

Photo courtesy of Maritech


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