Why Adonis Rotation Module is ideal for crew planning

The Adonis Rotation Module is providing passenger ship operators with a new and improved way to plan and oversee crew operations

Why Adonis Rotation Module is ideal for crew planning

This article was first published in the Spring/Summer 2019 issue of Spring/Summer 2019 issue of International Cruise & Ferry Review. All information was correct at the time of printing, but may since have changed.

Managing an entire crew can be difficult, especially on larger cruise ships and ferries where efficient workflow needs to be planned and scheduled not only on a long-term perspective, but also on a day-to-day basis.

Adonis aims to help operators manage their crews using its Rotation Module. This fully automated crew planning solution enables users to see the status of an entire crew, a specific department or an individual member at any time.

Based on the look and feel of Microsoft Office, the solution displays the planning forecast of shipboard services, courses and leave, as well as up-to-date absence statuses for sickness and holiday.

The Adonis Rotation Module uses a competence and certification requirements matrix to trigger visual alerts if an individual does not comply with the requirements of their role, or similarly when the ship does not comply with its pre-set conditions.

The management system also enables operators to set up rotation plans far into the future, with the module supporting a variety of rotation schemes based on daily, weekly or monthly schedules. With Adonis Rotation Module installed in the onshore office and onboard ships, operators can easily prepare for sudden changes to the crew or the ship’s itinerary.

Adonis’s smart system for crew planning reduces stress and creates fewer disruptions during the working day, resulting in more satisfied employees, a better use of resources and ultimately greater savings.

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Elly Yates-Roberts
By Elly Yates-Roberts
Wednesday, May 1, 2019