Commit Works Expands Global Footprint into South America
This was originally published by Commit Works.
Productivity software to help mines emerge and surge amidst COVID-19
Brisbane, AUS and Toronto, CAN, Month 1 July, 2020 – Commit Works, a leading mining software company
headquartered in Brisbane, AUS, is pleased to announce its global expansion continues, now into South America.
This builds on Commits Works’ expansion trajectory into South Africa, North America and New Zealand in 2017,
2018 and 2019, respectively, and only seven years after its founding in 2013. The announcement also follows the
successful relationship the company has been building with its first South America customer, a gold mine in
Argentina, since December 2019.
“Expanding into South America is an incredible opportunity our entire team is thrilled to have,” said Paul Moynagh,
CEO and founder, Commit Works. “With our frontline productivity software and proven approach that drives
commitment, trust and performance, we can help mines throughout the continent sustainably deliver hard dollar
value into the business, and build a better, more collaborative culture for the entire workforce.”
The South America customer has been realizing preliminary production improvements that are consistent with the
double-digit results Commit Works has helped mines elsewhere in the world achieve. The foundation of those
outcomes has been significant reductions in variability that boost and sustain productivity.
Said Moynagh, “South America has many high value mines, and its important the resources are managed in the
most efficient way possible. We want to help mine leaders and their entire teams do that, responsibly and safely.”
The company is also considering opening an office in South America later this year – even and especially in times
of COVID-19 since their software and proven approach will help customers to emerge and surge when mines fully
re-open. “Our expansion in the region is an opportunity for us to work with the area’s brightest talent to positively
impact the technology and mining sectors, and help mine’s emerge from the pandemic stronger than ever.”