V.Group has announced a tie-up with management consultancy Accenture to develop a new project called Embark, which aims to enhance crew management through the introduction of an in-house shared services model which leverages technology to optimise key processes.
Viking Line AB has agreed a deal to implement the Adonis Personnel Suite at its offices in Mariehamn, Finland, and on board six of its ferries, with the roll-out to include the Adonis Safety Module, the Adonis Day2Day planning module and the full Adonis Payroll module.
Helm Operations has introduced its new software system for crew management, called Helm CONNECT Personnel, to sit alongside its existing range of marine maintenance and compliance applications.
Maritime training provider Seagull has collaborated with IT company SOFTimpact to develop a web interface between their respective software systems, integrating the ‘CREWimpact’ crewing application with the Seagull Training Administrator (STA).
Norwegian-headquartered OSM is looking to further digitalise its crew management operations with the launch of a new mobile app created over a period of six months by a team of its own in-house developers.
Maritime training technology company Safebridge has launched two new products, a Competence Assessment Tool (CAT) to catalogue crew skills, and Safeyacht, a chartplotter training system for the leisure market.
Maritime HR software provider Adonis has begun a project with French cruise company Ponant to roll out the Adonis Maritime Suite over the course of 2018 to manage its crewing and payroll operations.
Norwegian software company Adonis reports that it has added integration between its Adonis Personnel Manager and the computer based training systems provided by Seagull, following the launch of a new add-on module.
Carnival UK is to implement a new electronic document management software (EDMS) system from Filestream to manage seafarer employment agreements (SEAs) for crews working on two of its cruise brands, Cunard Line and P&O Cruises.
North P&I Club in the UK is encouraging its shipowner members to consider the importance of internet access on their ships to ensure they continue to attract, recruit and retain high quality crews, as part of a campaign by North to help its members get the ‘right crew’ that is highlighted in the club’s Signals newsletter.
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