Minnovare, LiveMine combine for client-driven collaboration

Minnovare, Livemine

Minnovare and LiveMine have partnered to share data across their drill optimisation technologies, streamlining the recording and management of data for their customers.

The partnership will allow information to be shared across their software platforms – Minnovare’s CORE (client online reporting engine) and LiveMine’s data management system – bringing together innovations in drill data recording and management.

LiveMine managing director Bud O’Shannessy said the collaboration was borne out of its clients’ core needs.

“This is an exciting collaboration in terms of the value and simplicity it brings to our clients’ operations,” O’Shannessy said.

“Minnovare deliver an innovative solution and when coupled with the LiveMine system it centralises the drilling and operational data, and generates a single data source and approval process.

“LiveMine share a large client base with Minnovare and this collaboration is client driven. Our clients have been asking for it.”

Silverlake Resources has enjoyed the services of both companies with underground manager Chris Davidson looking forward to having both offerings mutually enhanced by the partnership.

“We like to partner with businesses such as Minnovare and LiveMine who not only provide industry leading technology, but take into consideration our feedback and the specific needs of our operation,” Davidson said.

“This collaboration will streamline our process and eliminate duplicate information, meaning our team can have confidence to make smarter, faster decisions on data we can trust.”

The collaboration will cater to underground, open pit and exploration applications, reducing errors and saving time for drill rig operators and their employers.

Minnovare managing director Callum McCracken said his company was prepared for the next step in providing the industry with reliable data management.

“The company recently reached a new milestone with four million metres logged and a monthly rate of clients logging about 125,000 through the system,” he said.

“We see the increased adoption rate as an indicator of the value clients are getting from our data and reporting capability, ensuring designs are being executed and stopes perform as planned.”

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