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Vroon Group implements ™SEANIQUE

24 August 2015

Vroon Group, an international shipping company, has announced on-target progress in the implementation of TMSeanique, SOFTimpact's Maritime Software Solution based on Microsoft Dynamics AX, catering for the Vroon Group's operations in crewing and payroll across the entire fleet.

The move contributes to Vroon's aim for one "future-proof" global system to be used by all Group companies, manning and recruitment agencies, vessels and related stakeholder. TMSeanique was selected as the ideal product because of its comprehensive functionality and perfect fit to Vroon's pre-existing ERP platform, Microsoft Dynamics AX, in use for Finance, Procurement, CRM and HRM purposes.

TMSeanique has already been successfully implemented at Vroon's management companies in Aberdeen (UK), Den Helder (Netherlands), Singapore (Singapore) and Terneuzen (Netherlands). Since early July the management companies in Genoa (Italy) and Stokesley (UK) have been on production use, and Manila (Philippines) is scheduled to join towards the end of 2015.

TMSeanique replaces several independent systems formerly used by the different group companies in various countries. At the same time, the implementation project has been used as an opportunity to streamline and standardize particular crewing related processes across the Group.

In the new environment, the TMSeanique implementation covers the unified crew and payroll process of Vroon management companies in a single installation. Vroon's management companies have already started to benefit from more efficiency in work-flows, up-to-date information, and thus (in-direct) cost savings.

Rob Frenks, Group ICT Manager, observed that the implementation of TMSeanique is bringing Vroon an important step closer to an integrated ICT platform, with Dynamics AX as a cornerstone. Graeme Sheach, Finance Manager, Vroon Offshore Services Ltd, Aberdeen, UK commented simply "Seanique Payroll runs very well here - I am a big fan!"

Diederic van Keulen, Group Head Crewing, commented that crew management information is now available at various levels throughout the organisation, which is beneficial for the organisation in respect of transparency, alignment and setting policies.
The Vroon and SOFTimpact project teams would like to thank all colleagues, key and end users who have contributed to the success of this huge undertaking and confirm their commitment for continued support and improvements.