Oil & Gas Manifesting Software Solution by NecesSea

SeaDiscovery.com
Sunday, August 04, 2013

NecesSea, Inc., a company specializing in software solutions for the oil & gas industry and maritime industry, announce the release of its new Cargo Manifesting Module.

“What makes the Cargo Manifesting Module so effective is that the software is tailored to the industry and our developers built it with the direct input of end users in the field. Cargo manifesting is a means of cataloging every tool, piece of equipment, and other key information on a rig, shorebase, vessel or platform. The new module allows users to create a catalog that fits the way they do business rather than fitting the business to the software,” explained Jennifer Comeaux, Chief Executive Officer of NecesSea.

The Cargo Manifesting Module is out-of-the-box software that utilizes document uploads to store all needed documentation from manuals, to MSDS sheets, even the receipts or invoices related to product purchases. The software easily tracks the full inventory by location, as well as vendor, job type, manufacturer, and/or serial number. Keeping up with rental items, vendors, and due dates or contract dates becomes second nature. The module also allows for easy growth so companies can add tracking mechanisms as needed or desired. There is less data entry because the software generates one catalog number for an item which is then used for all tracking purposes.

“At NecesSea, our developers are sensitive to the needs of remote site users, and ensuring an easy transition from the old methods of manifesting to the ease of the new system. The process is simple,” Comeaux noted. “Once we receive a copy of a company’s current catalog, if they have one, we can easily import and convert the data. We can even offer the convenience of being able to provide the same reports clients are currently generating from their paper manifests, spread sheet and legacy databases. The difference is that the new module makes tracking more efficient, more reliable, and more expedient. We are pleased to add this product to closed loop POB tracking, vessels tracking, and daily cost & progress reports to the industries we serve,” explained Comeaux.

NecesSea serves oil and gas clients in the Gulf of Mexico by providing logistical and transportation software. NecesSea’s proprietary software provides Operations and Management teams with real-time data. By identifying inefficiencies and addressing them, clients realize increased profitability, cost savings, revenue enhancement, better compliance, positive audit results and more effective risk mitigation.
 

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