Martide is Now Integrated with OCIMF SIRE
We’ve got some good news for Crew Managers who use Martide! We are now integrated with OCIMF SIRE, meaning you can quickly and easily send your tanker data directly from our crew planning system to OCIMF.
Here’s how to set your account up so that you can do that and then transfer your data to OCIMF SIRE.
Martide is now integrated with OCIMF SIRE
First of all you need to login to your Martide account. When you’ve done that, click on Settings under your profile icon in the top right hand corner of the screen. Then click on OCIMF SIRE Token:
When you click on OCIMF SIRE Token you will go to this page:
Here you can:
- Set a private key for your OCIMF account
- Test the sync of your OCIMF data by entering your OCIMF account key into the Staging box and clicking Save.
- Send the actual data to OCIMF by entering your OCIMF account key into the Production box and clicking Save.
How to send your tanker data to OCIMF SIRE
Once you have set your key, go to the vessel page of any of your tankers. Then click on the OCIMF tab at the top of the page and then on Send Data to Staging or Production.
Please note that if the key is not set, the system will error out when you try to send data to OCIMF SIRE.
And that’s everything you need to know about the OCIMF SIRE Token feature - but if you do have any questions or need any help, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to find out how Martide can help you?
Meanwhile, if you’re not already a Martide user and you’d like to find out more about how we can help your small to medium-sized shipping company or manning agency streamline your maritime recruitment and crew planning operations, we’d love to talk to you.
We are more than happy to set up a no-strings-attached demo at a time that’s convenient for you so that you can see how our software works and how it can make life easier for your teams.
Click here now to learn more about Martide and to request your demo and let’s get the ball rolling!
Eve is Martide's content writer and publishes regular posts on everything from our maritime recruitment and crew planning software to life at sea.