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RPM partners with EnterChain

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RungePincockMinarco (RPM) commences a strategic business partner agreement with Russia-based enterprise solutions provider, EnterChain Limited (EnterChain). The partnership extension is exemplifying RPM’s global growth strategy, which committed the company to further expansion across Russia and Kazakhstan.

Under the non-exclusive business partnership agreement, EnterChain are appointed as a software reseller and services provider for RPM’s leading mining software solutions and services in the Russian and Kazakhstan markets.

RPM’s CEO and Managing Director, Richard Mathews, said: “As we move from a specialist desktop supplier of technical mining products to a provider of enterprise mining software solutions, we need partners who have a wider and deeper set of skills and relationships. Our partnership with EnterChain is a natural fit for our enterprise software strategy in Russia and Kazakhstan. With a proven heritage in large-scale maintenance repair and operations (MRO), supply chain management (SCM) and manufacturing executions systems (MES) implementations to large companies in Russia and Kazakhstan, EnterChain has the right experience and qualifications to be able to fully utilise our enterprise planning framework.”

Matthews continued: “The intention of this partnership is to continue to deliver a step change in mine planning solutions for large enterprises across the globe. This new strategic partnership with EnterChain is aligned with our growth strategy in resource intensive countries by ensuring RPM is partnered with enterprises that are regularly ranked as top producers globally.”

Anton Shmataluk, Managing Director of EnterChain, commented: “In working with RPM, we can provide powerful solutions to customers combining RPM’s leading software, best international practices and modern enterprise management methods with EnterChain’s unique accumulated knowledge of the specific local requirements of customers in Russia and Kazakhstan.”

The agreement will be effective immediately.

Edited from press release by Harleigh Hobbs

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