After evaluating their existing site travel and accommodation system INX/SAMS and determining it to be inefficient from a functional and support perspective, Stanmore engaged Fly2Work to deliver a fully configured and fit-for-purpose system that could manage the accommodation and transport of 4,500 staff.
Due to the highly dependent timeline, Fly2Work was able to deliver a 90-day turnaround for configuration and implementation.
Our platform seamlessly integrates Fly-In/Fly-Out (FIFO) operations, team and supplier management in a single secure platform, reducing operating costs and strengthening Stanmore’s focus on safety, productivity and culture, allowing for long-term sustainability.
Fly2Work were required to deliver:
The Fly2Work platform was developed in close consultation with Stanmore Resources over a 12-week period using agile project management methodologies to launch a stable production version of the system that replaces existing systems.
The project included stakeholder management, requirement gathering, and scope of works development. The design and development were closely monitored and managed through daily stand-up meetings and weekly stakeholder management meetings.
The existing Stanmore Resources site travel team was trained to facilitate and manage the Fly2Work system, and post-deployment, ongoing staff, contractor, and supplier training was provided through online, phone, and onsite support.