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Task Assistant Integrated Reporting

Rich Results
“144,235 unique inventory items in stock,
469,551 inventory transactions”

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At Gaslog critical spares are auto-replenished
No crew member has to check for or order critical spares, which ensures peace of mind in both the office, but also on-board
After a requisition has been automatically raised, it is sent to the relevant role for approval before being dispatched to the office

Integrated Reporting
Inventory Management integrates with Maintenance and Procurement.
This means Task Assistant ® enables spares consumption to be linked to scheduled and unscheduled maintenance
Replenishment is recorded seamlessly at PO delivery and storage locations can be assigned at a later date.

Unified Data
Task Assistant ® integrated applications mean that data is unified. This is a very strong argument in favour of a system that, by design, guarantees meaningful reports and data trends

Informative Data Trends
Task orientation is a core Task Assistant ® principle that ensures software emulates on-board work. It is the principle that promotes integrated reporting. The benefit is that reporting is effortless since the system by default understands the link between Maintenance, Procurement and Inventory management tasks.
As a result, related processes share the rich data, making decisions and information all the easier

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