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Nautical Software Solution adds new product

Nautical Software Solution, which launched last summer as a new division of Alliance Management & Consulting Group, added a third industry-specific software program to its lineup of products and services.

"We acquired The Marina Program, a leading software solution for marina management established in 1985, from WatchCaptain, the same company we worked with this past summer to acquire WatchCaptain Professional, which we renamed Management Pro (M-Pro). Nautical Software Solution will handle the support for current WatchCaptain Premier Software clients as well," said Joseph DeMarco, president and founder of Nautical Software Solution and its parent company, in a statement.

"M-Pro helps small- to medium-sized marine businesses, such as dealerships, that require full management features with an accounting general ledger," he added. "Reaching out to marinas to offer similar business solutions was the right move for the industry and the right move for our own growing business."

Nautical Software Solution also offers Marine Service Shop, a software solution for marine service-only departments and marinas requiring a separate program to manage the service department.

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