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 is currently installing Fewzion, the flagship solution, at major BHP and South32 underground mines, bringing the latest technology to these operations.
Fewzion enables planners to quickly build integrated shift plans, which are provided electronically to mining and support crews, coordinating the complex work being performed throughout each shift. Crews and management have visibility of planned work and are accountable for achieving the plan through real-time progress measurement. Fewzion is a solution that’s improving the daily work in mining operations, delivering results at the coal-face.
CEO Paul Moynagh said the investment would enable Commit Works to expand their global reach. “We are thrilled to receive this significant backing from Jolimont, the world’s best mining technology venture capital fund - it will greatly accelerate our growth in Australia, the Americas, Europe and Africa. Our products reliably deliver rapid and significant improvements to operations (in many cases more than 30% increase in production results) – we look forward to sharing our software and these kinds of results globally.”
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