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MICROMINE to Preview Latest Software Solutions at PDAC 2018
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MICROMINE to Preview Latest Software Solutions at PDAC 2018

19 February 2018: Leading mining-software solutions provider MICROMINE will preview its latest major product releases, Geobank 2018 and Micromine 2018, at PDAC 2018, to be held at the International Convention, Trade Show & Investor Exchange from 4 to 7 March.

MICROMINE provides mining companies with integrated tools for 3D modelling, estimation, design, optimisation, and scheduling. Geobank is a leading data-management solution, while Micromine caters for 3D modelling and mine design. Pitram is the world’s leading underground fleet management and mine-control solution.

The MICROMINE team present at PDAC 2018 will focus on explaining to delegates how its software solutions, which cover the entire mining cycle, can assist mining operations in meeting their business objectives in an increasingly cost-competitive commodities’ environment.

“We provide our clients with an in-depth understanding of their projects to ensure that prospective exploration regions can be targeted more accurately, being able to increase their chances of success through technology” MICROMINE global marketing manager Kate Gilbey explains.

Both Geobank 2018 and Micromine 2018 have been developed on the back of extensive client feedback. “We are extremely proud of our investment in R&D programs at MICROMINE. We value our clients input and are committed to provide product releases every 12-18months,” Gilbey comments.

The latest iterations of both Geobank and Micromine will be launched officially in March and April respectively, with new features aimed at improving functionality and usability. Technical product specialists will be on-hand at the MICROMINE stand at PDAC 2018 to provide delegates with more detailed information about the latest software solutions.

Billed as the largest event of its kind for the mining industry in North America, MICROMINE will use PDAC 2018 as a platform to not only catch up with existing clients and their current projects, but to establish new relationships with potential clients, and to introduce them to the benefits of its software solutions.

“MICROMINE continues to build its presence throughout the Americas. PDAC is regarded as the largest annual mining event in the region and it provides MICROMINE with the perfect opportunity to showcase its offerings to the North and South American mining communities” Gilbey highlights.

The MICROMINE team present at PDAC 2018 will comprise, Business Development Manager (Micromine Geobank) Jeremy Pestun, Business Development Manager (Micromine Geobank) Dallas Araneda, Micromine Technical Specialist Liam Murphy, Pitram Business Development Manager Job Del Rosario, Regional Marketing Coordinator, Maryam Abbaszadeh, Global Marketing Manager Kate Gilbey and Geobank Product Manager, Mark Gabbitus, Technical Product Manager (Micromine), Frank Bilki from Australia.

“Being able to showcase our solutions at such a premier event, including new product previews and hands-on technical demonstrations, is an essential part of our strategy to grow our presence in the American mining industry,” Gilbey concludes.

Micromine will be hosting a Groundup Event during PDAC 2018 on Monday March 5th, 2018 (5pm – 8pm). The event is called “Mining Love”, taking place at Belfast Love Public House. "Mining Love" will be bringing together a broad spectrum of industry experts from the mining, exploration, media, recruiting and financial industries. 

Register here: http://bit.ly/2o4sEms

Monday March 5th, 5-8pm

Belfast Love Public House, 

548 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1M3.


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