FUELTRAX appoints Director of Data Analytics

Written by Marine Log Staff
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Johnalan Brill

Electronic fuel monitoring systems specialist FUELTRAX has appointed Johnalan Brill as Director of Data Analytics to leverage operational data from the FUELTRAX user global fleet and provide expert analysis to determine best practices and operational efficiencies to clients.

Brill will be taking the lead in subsequent steps to expanding FUELNET analysis offerings, to continue to save time and provide value for clients through tools such as dashboards and reports.

Brill previously was employed as a Data Analytics Manager at Mitsubishi Caterpillar Forklift America Inc. (MCFA), where he has worked and grown for over eleven years building his professional career.

At MCFA, Brill identified opportunities and implemented solutions for increased revenue and cost down initiatives utilizing data visualization, organizational improvement, and process changes.

As a proven leader, Brill has managed several groups of people and developed programs, most recently, multiple business analytics teams. In his second week at FUELTRAX, Brill traveled to Malaysia to identify the analytical needs of the area. He will continue to visit these areas of interest to ensure that FUELTRAX analysis is in alignment with market needs.

“I look forward to the opportunity to work with FUELTRAX, and I already see the value that this unique, deep data set has for the maritime industry,” says Brill. “By working with the FUELTRAX team, we can improve benchmarking and predictive models for our clients, making their existing data work harder for them and finding additional areas of operational savings and improvements.”

FUELTRAX CEO and Founder Anthony George says: “The maritime market is recognizing that automated digitalization is essential to be able to understand their vessel’s operations. FUELTRAX already provides advanced fuel data reporting, and Brill will bring that insight to the next level through his analytical expertise.”

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