Timon 5.0 Release

Improvements to functionality – autocomplete functionality for searches, shortcuts for payroll period, staff photos.  Traceability of punch-in approval process. Improvements to speed when making corrections,  all reports available in PDF, any many more. Timon Attendance improvements– Now managers can view attendance history for employees and view breaks, idle time with attendance reports. Improvements have been made to the user interface which makes it easier to view status of employees, absences, who is available and when they will return. Dashboard – New!  – New module for viewing  key performance indexes, such as number of employees, staff turnover, overtime paid, and sick time. Provides an instant overview  and yearly  comparison  for managers.  This module can be customized to track specific customer KPI. Request Tracking – New! – New module that manages all tasks for support desk as well as for in-house tasks. Keeps track of status of requests, tasks can be assigned to employees. Work spent on tasks can be imported to Timon Task Registration. Mobile interface for smartphones and tablets Time and Attendance interface for smart-phones and tablets Android app for sales module   Timon now available with HTTPS support. Users can accces their Timon site via a secure connection, encrypting all communication between your computer and the web. Timon standard API is available for communication with other systems and data export. For further information about...

Trackwell took part in Nor-Fishing Expo 2012

TrackWell took part in the Nor-Fishing Expo 2012, with Navy AS. Navy is a distributor of TrackWell electronic logbooks in Norway. The logbook has been adapted to the Norwegian market and is in use onboard several vessels. The logbook is sold and supported by NAVY nationwide dealer network under the brand name “TrackWell Fangstdagbok”....

Delegation from Google visit Trackwell

A delegation from Google, who were invited by the President of Iceland visited Trackwell and got an introduction of their operations, including Trackwell ERS, a catch information system for fishing vessels and companies, fishing markets and fishing authorities. Then there is teh Trackwell VMS, which is used by Fisheries Authorities, Coasguards, and Navies for Surveillance, Serach and Rescue, Resource Management and Fisheries Control. The purpose of the trip was to explore the foundations for cooperation that would guarantee responsible control of fishing within the world´s oceans and how information technology and experiences in Iceland could be useful in this regard. The delegation met companies in the field of information technology in the fisheries, Maritime, Marine Research Institute and Maritime...

Trackwell is one of VR´s Model Firm for 2012

VR is a commercial and office workers’ union embracing almost 30,000 members in more than 100 occupations. VR’saim is to improve and defend the position of shop and office workers in the region by working to secure better rights, educational opportunities and wages and other terms of service. Every year VR runs a survey amongs their members where they rate the company they work for. Some of the key areas which are examined are for example the credibility of management, the morale within the company, salaries, working conditions, flexibility at work, independence of employees and the company´s image. These factors reflect the trust that exists within the company, how proud the staff are of their work and the company they works for, the respect that manager show their employees and the atmosphere that prevails in the workplace. We at Trackwell are very proud to be one of VR´s Model Firm for...
TrackWell part of Consortium that won tender for VMS in Albania

TrackWell part of Consortium that won tender for VMS in Albania

In tough  international competition  EMA/FBS/TrackWell consortium won the tender for  implementing   Vessel  Monitoring  System (VMS)  for  fisheries, issued  by the European Union  Delegation  to  Albania, together with the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Water Administration of the Republic of Albania. The VMS project The project objective was to enable Albanian environmental and fisheries organizations to monitor and control  fishing fleets and their activities according to the requirements of the  EU Commission regulation 1224/2009, which forms the overall system of control and enforcement in the Common Fisheries Policy. The consortium which was lead by EMA from Slovenia with FBS from Albania and TrackWell  was chosen among 7 international bidders, including  Kontrax Technologies, Celsius, Gis Data, Cestel & Inf. Syst. Cacttus and Selex-Sistemi Integrati. The implementation of the Albanian VMS system includes the installation of EMA’s BlueTraker VMS transponders on more than 200 ships, the integral hardware and TrackWell VMS software implementation of Fisheries Monitoring Center  (FMC), communication pathways systems and technical training. The software system was installed in November...

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Trackwell receives award for Timon

At the annual meeting for Promote Iceland April 30th was the graduation of participants in the project Export and Growth (UH), where selected companies work on a marketing strategy to promote a product for an international market. The project has been ongoing on an annual basis for 23 years... Read more

See you in Brussels

We will be at the Seafood Processing Europe in Brussels from 23-25 of April 2013. You are welcome to visit our stand 6127 in hall 4 to learn more about software tools that improve sustainability and traceability for... Read more

Future in Fishing Management

An article published in the Icelandic Fishing Industry Magazine in April 2013: Electronic logbooks are becoming mandatory for most commercial fisheries in most countries. In most cases they are used solely as a mandatory reporting system for the fishing authorities.  It is however possible to use the logbook as... Read more