Itala Awards, Nova Systems won the “Best IT services company 2019” award

The GIS Exhibition and Ship2Shore publisher promoted the event
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“Best IT services company 2019” is the prize received by Nova Systems at the event ITALA – Italian Terminal and Logistic Awards, which took place on Tuesday 3 October in the suggestive setting of the Gothic palace, in Piacenza.

The initiative, organized by the GIS Exhibition (The Lifting, Industrial & Port Handling and Heavy Transport Show) and the Ship2Shore publishing house, along with Assiterminal, Assologistica, Assoporti, Confetra e Uir, showcased the excellences of the international forwarding, transports, logistics and customs sector. Nova Systems was previously named in 2017 as “Logistics company of the year” by Assologistica.

“I dedicate this prize to my collaborators, who are the backbone of our firm – declared the President, Ivano Avesani -. Nova Systems has always been dedicated to innovation, ever since its birth. We have been among the first in Europe to introduce Cloud for business and today this innovative spirit remains the same, thanks to our young and up-to-date enterprise”.

President Ivano Avesani received the prize

The reason for the award:

“Nova Systems is an Italian company with branches in Italy, Spain and France that has been developing Cloud management software for international shipping and freight forwarding companies, logistics and customs operators. The young software house based in Verona has recently introduced a new module to its BeOne Suite that is specifically dedicated to shipping and port agents who operate in the container ship sector.

Thanks to its innovative tool, Nova Systems offers a punctual and effective service to companies working in the world of international shipping, transportation, customs and logistics operators dealing with Management control and the e-Invoicing legislative novelty.

The Venetian company combines business development with a commitment to new generations, offering free software solutions to high schools to train the “logistics experts of tomorrow”.

Data: 04-10-2019

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