Australian mining software company Micromine has launched its new managed services solutions at the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) annual convention in Toronto. This year’s four day expo was held three weeks ago, with a record-breaking 30,000 people attending.
Micromine says it chose to exhibit its suite of mining and exploration solutions as well as launching the new service at the convention in order to access a significant number of decision makers within the international mining and resources sector.
Micromine’s Europe region manager James Hogg says, “It is a rare chance for us to convene in an environment where we are so widely exposed to people directly within our industry.”
The company’s managed services solution is part of the Geobank data management system and has been designed to allow for organizations who would like to outsource elements of their geological data management function. A hosting device included in the managed services solution is delivered by DataGate and is designed to avoid the potential for any point of failure in connectivity, power or climate control.
Micromine says this makes clients feel assured their geological data is being managed safely and securely.
The company’s strategic unit business manager Vicky Austin says, “Geobank continues to grow across all the major mining regions of the world. We are committed to continued development and ongoing expansion of data management capabilities to our clients.”
Micromine also showcased its Dome, Field Marshall and Pitram solutions which provide IT systems for all stages of the mining and exploration processes.