DANAOS Supply has been conceived to minimize cost through complete supply cycle (supply chain) support, efficient evaluation of requisitions, comparison of quotations, order break up strategies, historic cost references and order follow-up to destination. Productivity is enhanced by the paperless distribution of all produced legal document to suppliers.
Digital Services of DANAOS Supply are also available via our DanaosONE Platform
DANAOS Supply is part of the Ship Management Suite and consists of 3 modules:
- STORES and
Each one has been optimised for the specific task and reporting requirements. SPARES module is integrated with the PMS and all modules are integrated with the Marine Accounting and Management Information System.
Danaos Oil Record Book Software (available as a native mobile app) is the complete solution for keeping Oil Record Book “clean of errors”. Vessels where MARPOL Convention is applicable should keep and update the Oil Record Book, where the Chief Engineer should record all oil or sludge transfers and discharges within the vessel.
DANAOS ORB offers:
- Direct data recording
- Electronic data backup
- Electronic signature for data entry
- Facilitating access and control for the Technical Department
- Modification of wrong entries by verified user
- Accommodate machinery and cargo operations
Danaos Oil Record Book Software enables the punctual monitoring and record keeping of Oil Record Book regulations, allowing both shore side and vessel side counter parties to have situation awareness, minimizing the risk of non-conformities
The Risk@Assessor is a structured risk assessment program for ships operation covering operational, accident, security and environmental risks with a unified approach. RAP considers risk assessment as an endless procedure utilizing business learning mechanisms based on industry and company previous experiences. An integration approach of hazardous processes risk estimation with evaluation of hazardous events consequences is provided to support:
Risk Assessor estimates risks with accuracy (according to the Code of Safe Working Practices for Merchant Seamen published by MCA, which is based on BS 8800 standard) and Risk Manager implements plan of actions to reduce the consequences or the probability of occurrence (Risk management definition BS 4778).
The integrated approach of all the functions of a ship management company in one integrated system provides the appropriate infrastructure to support maritime specific KPI’s setup and monitoring.
The new Danaos Web Enterprise Solution has this functionality as built-in. A mechanism to enrich the maritime KPI’s library is available. KPI’s definitions and their arguments are user defined and may be published easily to the system. A framework of utilities is offered to cover the publishing procedure. Members of IT departments or even users can create, compile and test different KPI’s without risking the integrity of the system.
Maritime KPI’s monitoring mechanism provides the appropriate feedback either to a specific department e.g. operational, technical, crewing etc. or to the management. Feedback gives to operators, superintended engineers and other a clear objective picture of their performance, allow them to identify gaps and plan future improvements. Results of KPI’s scoring may be used also for demonstrating performance to 3rd parties and/or business partners.
TMSA Application is an integrated software system for effective calculation of KPIs for TMSA compliance. Most KPIs specified in the OCIMF questionnaire require the processing of data that are derived from multiple software modules and the execution of specific algorithmic calculations on that data. If the modules are not integrated then the automatic calculation of the KPIs is impossible and can only be performed manually, a process that will take a considerable amount of time.