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Global workforce provider Air Energi has trialled the use of Australia-based PRM Cloud Solutions' Enverro workforce management application.

UK-based Air Energi has trialled the use of PRM Cloud SolutionsEnverro workforce management software at an LNG project in Papua New Guinea.

"PRM has filled a huge gap in the IT marketplace where tracking and analysing capital-intensive resources projects are concerned," said Air Energi vice president for Australasia Matt Smith.

"By adding the PRM application to our mobility operations, we gain visibility into the full workforce mobilisation process.

"Our customers will benefit from enhanced analytics and social collaboration tools but, most importantly, we are gaining a platform on which we can grow our operations by delivering qualified labour resources to the right place, at the right time."

Enverro will help Air Energi's mobility managers to arrange transportation, on-site accommodation and monitor health and safety compliance of contractors in real-time, with the convenience of a mobile interface.

PRM saw the trial with Air Energi as an opportunity for global exposure.

“This alliance significantly increases the market for Enverro, broadening our reach in the Asia- Pacific region," said chief executive Leigh Kelson.

"At PRM, we run an intentionally lean operation so a partner such as Air Energi is invaluable not only as an indirect channel but also for the industry knowledge and regional relationships they bring to the table.

"To be one of the chosen technology providers for such a prestigious brand is great validation of our product which we have developed in Australia with a global market in mind."


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