Offshore professionals use Project Manager (PM) to contribute to a shared project database using your company’s standardised categories. Shoreside managers use the Global Manager (GM) web application to view and aggregate data from all of their company’s projects. The Havian system is fully customisable to your company or industry’s reporting standards, and is currently being used on project types such as marine seismic, wind farm site surveys and cable laying.
I use Project Manager for my end of line QC. It automatically imports any new or updated files that it finds on the ship’s network drive, and automates the time consuming QC process.
I receive and store a master copy of all the data sent to me by the Project Manager users.
After setting up our company KPI formulas in Global Manager, I can see an overview of how all my projects are performing on a single page.
I’m using Project Manager to log survey production over a proposed wind turbine site. I can easily and consistently log the progress of all the geophysical techniques.
I’m logging survey production over the export cable route into the same project as my colleague on the other boat, so we only send 1 daily progress report to the client.
I receive and store a master copy of all the data sent to me by the users of Project Manager. I communicate any changes to all the other vessels on the same project.
With all project data logged using our own company production, timing and hse categories, I can generate plots comparing different projects and different vessels over any time span.