Marine Industry Software

If your accounting system is so slow and cumbersome and makes you feel like you are working underwater then you need to talk to Star Business Solutions. Our system’s advanced capabilities have proven their abilities in the Marine industry above and beyond what you would expect.


MYOB Greentree's Marine Industry Software provides a flexible solution that can be fully integrated into other key business systems

Our clients in the Marine industry have called upon us to provide solutions across many varied areas. From the MYOB Greentree manufacturing module our Marine clients have gained the ability to perform their production runs and then have MYOB Greentree automatically remove the material used from the system. They appreciate that because their system is now fully integrated, it also automatically updates the general ledgers, inventory and other dependants.

Track a transaction or cost and drill down to initial entries 

Our Marine clients have also used the job-costing module to track a transaction or cost and drill down to the initial entries, regardless of which module it was created in. This allows the company to track project costs and see exactly where they originate.

Get a progress report from any process or sales order

MYOB Greentree’s cross-functionality works for the diverse nature of the marine industry because it pulls all linked data together, so staff are able to get a progress report for any process or sales order regardless of which department the resources are coming from.

Whatever your needs are, from better managing a full scale production to creating a quotation in a quick, simple and integrated way, we have a proven track record in this industry and are confident that we can match your needs with a system that will work harder and smarter for you.

“I like the online update of any information I want, and Greentree’s cross functionality pulls all linked data together. This means staff are able to get a progress report for any process or sales order regardless of which department the resources are coming from.”

Kenneth Andersen

Financial Controller, PMB Defence

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