Allocate Contract with Entertainment Company

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Allocate Software plc (AIM:ALL), (formerly Manpower Software) announced one of the world’s leading family entertainment companies, has selected its MAPS Maritime Suite and implementation services for its cruise line business.

The customer made the choice of MAPS Maritime Suite after an open selection process and an evaluation of potential suppliers and their solutions. The requirements include a solution to expand their shoreside crew operations over the coming years and to provide an effective job scheduling solution for both current and future new ships.  Key to choosing MAPS Maritime Suite was its “out-of-the-box” functionality, the flexibility to customize the solution to meet precise requirements and the strength of Allocate Software as a reliable, professional and solid supplier. 

Allocate Software’s workforce optimization solution MAPS Maritime customers include some of the world’s foremost maritime organizations such as P & O Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line and A.P Moller Mærsk Group.

(www.allocatesoftware.com)

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