Entries by camilo.vargas

Join us at Austmine 2019!

Austmine 2019 is fast approaching! We are excited to announce that we will be exhibiting at this year’s mining innovation conference and exhibition from the 21 – 23 May 2019 at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. We are honoured to be one of five cutting-edge technology companies being showcased by Jolimont Global on Stand […]

Commit Works set for North American expansion

The company, which is already providing its integrated frontline scheduling software and real-time tracking solutions to mining operations in Australia and Africa, has opened new offices in Sudbury in Ontario, Canada. Commit Works chose Sudbury for its vital role as a technology and innovation hub for the global mining industry. With more than a dozen […]

Dead ends on the road to integrated planning and short term interval control

At Commit Works, we’ve spent nearly a decade building and implementing integrated planning and short term interval control (SIC) software to bridge the gap between monthly plans and the work done by frontline teams. The hours we’ve worked with teams on mine sites have given us a comprehensive understanding of the challenges facing operations and […]

See Commit Works at Mining Indaba- South Africa

Mahene Benzane, VP Africa Africa Region & Partner and Emelia Chalker, Head of Marketing at Commit Works will be heading to the Mining Indaba Conference in Cape Town, South Africa from Monday, 4th February to Thursday, 7th February. The 25th Anniversary Mining Indaba event will see the largest amount of investors, mining executives and junior miners from […]

Fragmented frontline mining technology leaves mines short

Seeing the whole: systems that only focus on a segment of your operation can’t deliver top quartile results Lifting performance and productivity in a mining operation is no small task. Mines are complex, and require an extremely high level of planning, scheduling, coordination and reporting if they’re to run as well as possible. Across all […]

Commit Works takes off for Future of Mining Americas

Delegates from Commit Works will be jetting off to the United States later this month to The Future of Mining Americas conference in Denver, Colorado on 29 and 30 October. Commit Works’ Director of Global Operations, Terry Henrikson, and Marketing and Communications Manager Emelia Chalker will attend the event, which brings together hundreds of mining […]

John Ansley New COO

Global technology leader John Ansley joins Commit Works as Chief Operating Officer Leading mining technology company Commit Works announced today that it has appointed John Ansley as its new Chief Operating Officer (COO). Joining Commit Works is a natural progression for Ansley, who has a deep understanding of the information technology (IT) landscape and a […]

The integrated mine planning system that’s making CIOs sit up and take notice

Traditionally, a great deal of effort and expense has been focused on large enterprise systems (including enterprise resource planning (ERP), human resources, safety, time and attendance, asset management systems, and others). Though they’re often clunky, many of these traditional systems are very useful at management levels, to ensure the right checks are in place so […]

Commit Works expanding global footprint with major investment from Jolimont Global Mining Systems

Founded by Alex Retzlaff and Paul Moynagh, Commit Works enables planned and coordinated work in challenging work environments such as underground mining and construction. Since adopting the Commit Works software, Rio Tinto, Anglo American and Glencore have increased productivity, in some cases by over 30%, and lost-time injuries are lower than industry average. Commit Works […]

Mining goes mobile

Commit Works features in CIM Magazine, article reposted here: Applications to modernize mapping, monitoring and mine management Mobile technology is ubiquitous today. Seventy-six per cent of Canadian adults owned a smartphone in 2016, according to Statistics Canada, and 54 per cent owned a tablet or e-reader. The numbers are virtually identical in the United States. It […]