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PierVantage adds California shipyard as client

California-based Marina Shipyard recently signed with PierVantage for Boat Yards.
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California-based Marina Shipyard recently signed with PierVantage for Boat Yards.

Marina Shipyard has been servicing customers on the West Coast since 1964 and now has a portfolio of more than 8,000 returning customers, PierVantage said.

“We put off changing software for a long time, but knew one of these days it was time to take the next step,” Marina Shipyard general manager Cyndee Allen said in a statement. “PierVantage was specifically built to run the shipyard more efficiently. Now we can easily and quickly track the progress and costs of our projects, run operational and financial reports with real time data, and bill customers whenever and from wherever we want.”

“Marina Shipyard is a great addition to our growing customer base,” said Greg Miller, director of operations for CorVant, creators of PierVantage. “Cyndee and the team are very organized and embrace change with enthusiasm. We are looking forward to helping them streamline their operation from a business management solution perspective and we are looking forward to a long term relationship with a growing California yard.”

Marina Shipyard joins boatyards such as Front Street Shipyard in Maine; Derecktor Shipyard in New York; Philbrook’s Boatyard in Sidney, B.C.; Grenada Marine in the West Indies; and Zimmerman Marine in Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina.

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