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Centric Mining Systems to release geological data management system

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World Coal,


Centric Mining Systems has announced the pending release of the first free, cloud based drill hole and sample management system early this spring.

With the goal of empowering explorers to have confidence in their resource related data, Centric Explore is intended to deliver a secure, accountable, scalable and accessible geological data management solution.

Geologists and executives can ensure that the highest quality data is efficiently gathered, stored and reported with reliability and accountability from day one of their project.

The cloud based architecture means no large capital expenditures or IT infrastructure is required while users can gain access to vital project data. Centric Explore ensures that data is fully auditable and meets SOX and JORC compliance no matter what size a project is.

Users can have the freedom to collect their drill hole and sampling data offline in the field, synchronise with the cloud, view key indicators on dashboards or be notified through SMS or email of important results on their mobile device wherever they are in the world.

“Centric Explore represents a fundamental shift in the delivery of data management tools to the exploration and mining sector,” said Chris Novak, the CEO of Centric Mining Systems. “Where once only large, well-financed companies could afford to implement such systems, we are proud to offer junior explorers and large organisations a solution that scales from the smallest project to the largest company on a platform that moves the industry into the modern cloud based era.”

The system is free for small projects with an option to move to a paid monthly subscription as the project grows.

Edited from press release by Harleigh Hobbs

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/exploration-and-development/29032016/centric-mining-systems-to-release-geological-data-management-system-472/


 

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