Regional mining expert says Australian software will transform work on African mines
Leaders in work management software for mining operations, Commit Works has continued to expand its capability across Africa, with the appointment of Jason Aucamp as Director of Operations and Projects.
“Jason Aucamp’s track record as a business and operational leader in African mining is impressive,” said Commit Works CEO Paul Moynagh. “We are thrilled to have him on the team to bolster our efforts to improve performance and safety in Africa’s extensive mining operations.”
Mr Aucamp has more than two decades’ experience specialising in business development and project management on scores of major operations in Africa. A driven professional who has developed profitable projects across a range of commodities and in most African countries, he brings with him in-depth knowledge of the challenges and opportunities of the region’s mining industry.
Mining operations in Africa still face significant challenges, many of which can be attributed to lack of resourcing, poor planning and safety, particularly in the execution phase of projects.
“Practical digital transformation strategies can boost production and minimise variance through better management of human behaviour and more effective utilisation of resources via work visibility, integrated planning and coordination,” Mr Aucamp explained.
“Commit Works’ Fewzion, Visual Ops and Short Interval Control software closes these gaps and delivers proven customer results,” said Mr Aucamp. “We plan to make a meaningful impact that will benefit both employees and investors within the mining sector in Africa.”