Euroceanica Ltd Picks CrewInspector.com

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Thursday, September 20, 2012

Euroceanica Ltd picks CrewInspector.com as their crew management software provider


CrewInspector.com an online crew management software provider wins the contract to provide Euroceanica Ltd with full crew management solution. CrewInspector will provide online crew management database, integrated online application for seafarers and crew payroll software functionality.

CrewInspector has successfully completed the data migration from Euroceanica Ltd legacy crew management software ABS Nautical Systems NS5, ensuring smooth roll-over to the new crewing platform among their offices in London and Riga.

Being web based application; CrewInspector will be used to manage the crew on the whole Euroceanica fleet consisting of 8 chemical tankers. Fleet and crew managers now enjoy full flexibility on operating with crew data in safe environment where ever they go, with access to crew over regular PC, mobile phone or tablet.

“After an extensive search amongst several software providers for a web-hosted solution, I chose CrewInspector for two main reasons, it’s simplicity in use and it’s adaptability to our own internal needs. The tectonic shift to migrate all current data to the new system and get the ‘buy in’ of all employees to use the new system was accomplished in a very short period of time. Work processes are now much more efficient and the support has been outstanding”, said Allan Dutton, Group Operations and Fleet Manager at Euroceanica UK Ltd.

 

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