CrewInspector Crewing Software chosen by Lighthaus Pte Ltd

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Tuesday, September 11, 2012

CrewInspector Crewing Software chosen by Lighthaus Pte Ltd

CrewInspector.com an online crew management software provider signs an agreement with Lighthaus Pte Ltd, Singapore based company to provide full package crew management solution to optimize crew management processes within the company.

CrewInspector will integrate crewing software among Lighthaus Pte Ltd offices in Singapore, Indonesia, Ukraine and Myanmar. Being MLC 2006 ready, CrewInspector will provide tailored integration of seafarer employment contracts thus reducing manual operations by 50%. Cooperation agreement also stipulates implementation of crew payroll functionality that will automate seafarer wage calculation based on the vessel planning and crew rotation.

Having integrated client invoicing functionality Lighthaus Pte Ltd management will be able to execute all operation tasks within crew management software, including full financial management and preparation of invoices for rendered services. Lighthaus Pte Ltd customers will also benefit from being able to access designated vessel and crew data in real time anywhere they go, thus eliminating unnecessary correspondence on crew change management, personal information and certification.

“We are rapidly expanding our presence globally and specifically Asia is one of the regions where we see growing demand of CrewInspector as a proven crew management software. We are happy to see Lighthaus Pte Ltd joining our list of clients”, says Andy Lipsberg, Co-Owner and CEO of CrewInspector.com.

“After longer discussions CrewInspector was able to tailor the program to our needs. We are excited to have the system up and running to give our clients the best service.” Commented Capt.Reinhard Dombrowski, Managing Director from Lighthaus Pte Ltd

 

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