Gemcom Software International has released the newest version of its award-winning InSite mine production management solution, InSite 4.1. InSite records and evaluates data for service, support and production activities from both the open pit and underground mine through to the saleable product.
Changes to the company’s flagship product include a new production calendar module and improved site based security as well as enhanced data validation capabilities.
InSite product manager Charlie Forrest says, “Mining organizations continue to be heavily focused on increasing production, while at the same time lowering costs. The newest version of InSite will assist operations in meeting these objectives by providing tools to manage their mine production data faster and more accurately, while the production calendar module provides significant time savings and increased scheduling efficiency.”
The production calendar module can assist with aligning forecast with actual production data, by providing access to one or multiple calendars to map out an operation’s yearly schedule. Gemcom says this enhancement further streamlines data management and helps to improve operational efficiency.
Version 4.1’s improved site based security allows each site to configure different access levels to data depending on roles and their individual requirements. Enhancements to the data entry module will make additions and updates faster and more intuitive.
“The mining industry continues to face issues such as skills shortages and variable commodity supply and demand. InSite 4.1 helps to relieve the skills shortage by reliably collating and managing production data, thereby allowing staff to spend their time in the operation rather than managing data,” says Gemcom’s executive vice president Allen Vaughn.
“We selected InSite because Gemcom sought to understand what we were trying to achieve and offered us the right combination of software capabilities and expertise,” says Zinc Open Pit Operations’ technical services manager Ben Young.
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