A New Shipbuilding Defect Tracking Data Software

Press Release
Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Praeses' OneList – an enterprise software product in the Armada Suite of shipbuilding products – gives real-time deckplate access to defect tracking data.

With OneList users can quickly enter, view, and close internal tickets – reducing construction and maintenance times, saving time and money.

For shipyards today, ticket tracking is a time-intensive and inefficient paper-based process. This inefficiency is responsible for rework, schedule delays, cost overruns, and a high rate of internal ticket conversion to U.S. Navy TSME trial cards – all resulting in lost time and money.

Trial cards are a common way to identify deficiencies which can extend construction schedules, increase costs, and negatively affect mission performance of the ship after deployment. By providing on-site access to manage ticket information, OneList can shorten resolution times for internal tickets, in many cases before they are converted into trial cards.

“In complex shipbuilding programs with a multitude of stakeholders and requirements, there needs to be a single point for data to facilitate efficient resolution,” said Lt. Ashley Fuller, U.S. Navy. “Getting all regulators and stakeholders into one system ensures issues can be grouped for efficient resolution and tracked accordingly.” OneList can be used to schedule and align resources in a way that reduces cost, which is a key driver in the current defense acquisition environment.

Combined with streamlined workflow and real-time access, the company says that OneList offers support for a variety of mobile platforms and devices, making tickets manageable anywhere, anytime. All of the management capabilities of OneList are available in both disconnected and connected mode.

To learn more click here.

 

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