Mrs. Bianca Visser -Management support
Managing, reviewing and overseeing. Bianca Visser is Marstat’s sturdy backbone. She runs a smooth back-office and oversees all aspects of the financial administration; like financial analysis, reporting and decision-making support.
Bianca started her career as an assistant controller in the construction industry. Here her assertiveness and ability to convince management shone through. At Nederland Maritiem Land (Maritime by Holland), Bianca developed her knowledge of the maritime industry as a financial administrative.
Because Bianca likes to be challenged on a daily basis, she now also added management support to her duties. Her attention for detail, swift response and hands-on mentality is much appreciated and valued by our customers.
Areas of expertise:
- Setting up financial administration
- Setting up project administration
- Office management
The ICT infrastructure within our shipyard urgently needs an update. Technology is moving fast, and competition is moving on as well. Marstrat help us find new solutions, benchmark our systems and help us make the right choices in design tools, PDM and process management software.
Our problem is that we have too many systems running. Every piece of software has its advantages on its own. But together they should be furher optimized, thus avoiding failure costs and double efforts within our organization.
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