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Dedicated to digital transformation in maritime

Meet the team

OrbitMI Inc. is a  software company based in New York City with offices in Sweden, Norway and Serbia, and partners across the world.  Our mission is to unlock the hidden value in data generated by maritime to help the entire sector become more efficient, profitable and sustainable. Our product is Orbit; suite of integrated maritime business solutions that lets ship owners, operators, pool managers and masters on board increase revenue, reduce costs, improve productivity and reduce CO2 emissions. Like all data-driven companies, here at OrbitMI our most valuable asset is our team. Take a look through this page to meet the people who make Orbit what it is.


 

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Tobias Andersson
CHIEF ARCHITECT
Jana
Jana Antic
PROJECT MANAGER
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Andre Demarest
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
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Slavisa Djokic
PROJECT MANAGER
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Marcus Gylling
SENIOR ENGINEER
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Oskar Haraldsen
MARKETING ANALYST
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Agnar Kordt
COMMERCIAL DIRECTOR NORDIC
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David Levy
CHIEF MARKETING OFFICER
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Gabriela Mate
PRODUCT OWNER
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Michael Pignataro
DIRECTOR OF CUSTOMER SUCCESS MANAGEMENT
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Ali Riaz
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
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Adam Stahl
CHIEF COMMERCIAL OFFICER
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Brooke Tantillo
ACCOUNT MANAGER
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Ellis Tucci
MANAGING EDITOR
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Dylan Woschenko
ACCOUNT MANAGER

Being data-driven was an aspiration. Now it's imperative.

Data is the most powerful tool for solving business operational problems and exploiting new opportunities. That’s why in the face of increased pressures from IMO regulations, geopolitical conflict, trade volatility, new technologies and the changing nature of the workforce, we set out to augment the world's existing maritime and energy data — in one platform. Not just for ourselves, but for the industry at large. After all, a rising tide lifts all boats.