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PierVantage adds Canadian builder as client

Titan Boats recently selected PierVantage for Boat Builders to help the company manage its growing business.
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Canada-based designer and builder Titan Boats recently selected PierVantage for Boat Builders to help the company manage its growing business.

Titan Boats plans to leverage PierVantage to help it closely track the material and labor costs that go into building its special operations/military boats; enforcement boats; search-and-rescue boats; recreational boats; commercial boats; and custom builds.

Titan is based in Sidney, British Columbia.

“We purchased PierVantage to get a true analysis of our processes and procedures for now and into the future,” Titan Boats owner John Stanners said in a statement. “We look forward to growing our company with efficiency optimization and improved quality control using the PierVantage platform.”

PierVantage said builders use its PierVantage for Boat Builders to improve the efficiency of their custom, semi-production or production boatbuilding operations by leveraging its all-in-one integrated solution, which systematically organizes and tracks every stage of the build process.

“We are very excited to welcome Titan Boats as a new customer joining the growing PierVantage community,” said Navroze Eduljee, founder and CEO of CorVant, creators of PierVantage.

“Titan Boats is a highly respected boatbuilder in a region that is expanding and investing in new facilities and new technology to support the demand for high-quality and extremely durable boats. Titan boat brand exemplifies this, and we are looking forward to seeing them grow their business with PierVantage in the years to come.”


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