Aberdeen-based subsea consulting company Namaka Subsea has now expanded its client services into five continents and 16 countries with the 21st sale of its Dive System Certification, Asset Management and Planned Maintenance software, DiveCert.
Namaka Subsea began trading in July last year and has since expanded its services due to the demands of the subsea industry.
The business started off with the development of DiveCert, an equipment certification, planned maintenance and asset management software package, tailored for the diving industry but which can also be adapted for any process or industry.
Many diving contractors find it difficult to control their maintenance and certification, often misplacing certificates, completing certificates incorrectly and losing track of when diving equipment is due to be re-certified and maintained. This can then cause issues during system audits, where non-conformities may be issued against the diving contractor, delaying diving operations and the client project.
DiveCert has been developed to eradicate these issues while assisting compliance with best industry practices and guidelines, all from one easy to use software portal.
DiveCert manager Lee Duncan said: “The demand for DiveCert has grown exponentially and has now been developed to Version 2. The latest version provides more usability and optimisation of the software as well as meeting current best practices and client requirements.”
Sandy Harper, Namaka
Subsea’s managing director, added: “Assisting with the development of best industry practices and guidance over the years has given me an insight into how we can improve subsea operations. Therefore, Namaka Subsea has been created to provide our clients with the required expertise to support their operations and projects, with the emphasis of improving safety and efficiency within the industry.”