The leading mining software company continues its growth with the establishment of a Perth office.
Commits Works’ global expansion trajectory, which has seen the company develop strong overseas client relationships during the past few years, will now bolster its home base with the opening of a Western Australian office.
Headed up by Penelope LaMers, Penny brings international experience and expertise to her role as Western Australia Regional Lead at the company’s new Perth office, and will be supported by Terry Henrikson, Asia Pacific General Manager.
“There’s a growing recognition that getting teams on the same page and building more collaborative workplace cultures is crucial in building performance.” Henrikson says. “Eliminating waste caused by avoidable interruptions is central to solving this problem and relies on providing clear, accessible plans that keep everyone in the loop. This is at the heart of our Commitment System.”
“Globally, our software is playing an integral part in helping mining operations shift operational processes to close that gap between current and potential performance. Now is the perfect time to provide even closer support for our WA customers and provide additional access for overseas clients.”
Henrikson believes being on the ground in Perth will enable clients to have direct access to expert services. “Our market-leading management software supports miners in making key changes in minimising the operational variability and unpredictability that so often stalls progress,” Henrikson says. “We strongly believe that our structured partnering approach is a vital part of our success. For companies focussed on lifting performance, we will be on hand to offer help.”
The company’s expansion into WA provides welcome opportunities for LaMers, Henrikson and the Commit Works team to rekindle associations and forge new links within the resources industry.