Australian technology company and provider of next generation ERP, mobile and analytics software, Pronto Software, has drilled deeper into the mining sector by way of a series of new mining organizations that have selected Pronto Xi as its preferred business management platform.
Mining companies Tribune Resources, K92 Mining, Carey Mining and Zara Mining Share Company represent new customers embracing the latest iteration of Pronto Software’s flagship business management platform, Pronto Xi 720.
Zara owns and operates a gold mining property in Eritrea, Africa. With a key business focus on increasing business outcomes and management of risk, the mining company has chosen to deploy Pronto Xi 720. Zara’s general manager Mike Kelly says, “It was decided to implement an Enterprise Resource Planning system in order to take advantage of the technologies available to integrate our business processes. Pronto Xi was chosen, as it has become widely accepted throughout the mining industry.
“A mining business has a somewhat different focus to other industries and Pronto’s experience within the sector as a leading ERP provider, sets them apart from the other vendors.”
Pronto Software’s managing director David Jackman says, “The mining industry continues to be an area of growth for Pronto, in particular, Australia, PNG, Africa and Asia where Pronto Xi has strong footprint. Our value-add for mining is cost control. Pronto Xi offers financials, project costing and integrated plant maintenance components so companies can maintain fixed assets and keep track of projects and costs.”
Pronto says that Pronto Xi 720 provides mining organizations with a platform to better manage data, gain deeper insight into business operations and embrace mobility. Recent enhancements to the mobile functionality of Pronto Xi empowers staff with practical business insights anytime, anywhere, so informed decisions can be made by staff on-the-go – whether they are in the office, on the mine site, or travelling.