CrewInspector.com Wins Saga Agency Contract

press release
Tuesday, November 01, 2011

Online crew management system provider CrewInspector.com signed an agreement with Saga Agency (Saga UAB) Lithuanian crewing agency to provide its proprietary crew management system.

 

Following the agreement, Saga Agency will use software as a service for their offices in Klaipeda and Kaliningrad, receiving ongoing crew manager support and also further software development to ensure internal process requirements are met within the crewing software itself. Upon the agreement with Saga Agency, CrewInspector provided online application for new applicants to register their personal data with the potential employer. This is one step forward to eliminate excessive spreadsheets and other documents for maintaining seafarer applications which from now on can be safely kept within the crewing software.
 

"We were about to provide our training to Saga Agency in using the software, but we were positively astonished, how extremely fast their team went on CrewInspector on their own to use the benefits software provides. This is probably our fastest launch ever and one of our first clients being able to use crewing software capabilities within 1 day after using the system. Therefore we are proud on having such professional and motivated companies as Saga Agency among rest of our clients”, says Andy Lipsberg, co-owner of CrewInspector.

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