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Software links purchasing to recipes

Wrist Ship Supply has launched a new software program called Xena, which aims to streamline the purchasing process for consumable ship supplies by linking purchasing to recipes and nutrition advice.

Xena is a menu-planning tool and electronic cookbook that is linked with inventory control. Recipes in the application provide cost per meal information and reconcile this against existing food stock.

The software allows for the management of ordering and stock and menu planning, and takes into account regulations around seafarer catering stipulated in the Maritime Labour Convention (MLC) 2006.

“Transparency and budget control are key priorities for our customers, and in the current market ensuring optimum efficiency is a challenge,” said Robert Steen Kledal, managing director, Wrist Ship Supply.

“Add to this the reality of regulation such as the Maritime Labour Convention 2006, and we see a real need for a software program that can deliver a solution for both of these issues.”

“Xena has been developed to provide an intuitive and interactive procurement process and we are pleased to launch this software at a time when efficiency is at a premium.”

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