Headquartered in Oslo, PSG operates in the seismic industry with over 600 crew spread across 47 countries. Adonis says Personnel Manager will enable PSG to simplify crew rotation, centralise processes such as visa applications and work permits, and enhance compliance.
“PGS vessels are crewed by multi-national teams with highly specialised skill sets, from mechanics to geophysicists, posing a number of difficult challenges, from ensuring efficient crew rotations to compliance with a broad range of maritime requirements,” said Erick Meijer, Adonis product director.
“We worked closely with PGS's team in integrating APM with their other HR and payroll systems, and customising the platform to meet their highly specialised crewing demands.”
PSG had previously been using spreadsheets to manage crew rotation for each individual seismic department, and it was seeking to manage its HR functions via a single platform.
“We looked at a lot of different software, including airline software, but it was either too complex or not complex enough - Adonis struck the right balance,” said Mark Jack Smith, VP of HR operations for PGS.
“Whereas crew planning was often inefficient and an iterative process, APM flags people during the planning stages, letting us know the issues and needs without interrupting workflow. Going forward, Adonis will allow us to effectively automate processes and create a platform for improved connectivity and improved efficiency in communication across our entire fleet.”