Datamine Newsletter 2/2021

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Datamine Newsletter 2/2021, find out exciting announcements, software releases and more for the second quarter of 2021.

“In 1983 we took our first offices as a sub-let of the 4th floor of 11 Henrietta Street, Covent Garden.  An office had become essential because we needed a central meeting point and somewhere to keep the company documents. It also gave the company a prestigious address, a necessity if we were to attract large mining groups.  The office had apparently been that of the Publisher of Charles Dickens. We were told that our 4th floor was where he had sat to review the drafts of his books. Certainly the building was the right age for that to be true. It added a nice little edge to our first office.”

– Peter Stokes, Datamine Founder

We value the collaboration and partnerships formed with our customers over the years, and the contributions from our trusted team.

Watch what #40YearsOfDatamine means to them!

For updates on our 40th Anniversary,
register your interest on our anniversary page:


We would love to hear your stories about working with the Datamine team and solutions over the years!  To enter the draw and stand a chance to win some incredible prizes including a drone, 40th Anniversary merchandise and more:

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  • Add the hashtag #40YearsOfDatamine


George Gilchrist, Vice President – Resources at Ivanhoe Mines SA, sits down with Benny Chisonga, General Manager at Datamine Africa, to share his experience with Datamine at the Platreef, Ivanhoe Mine.

Watch interview →


In this Customer Success Story, you’ll read how CCLAS enabled Iluka to improve operational outcomes – meaning less manual work, significantly minimised data errors and increased processing capacity.

Download success story →


Data integrity through quality assurance in Southern Africa: 

The Story about SABLE®
by Founder,
Marcia van Aswegen.

Read more →


We welcome a new addition to the Datamine product family.

A comprehensive Health Management Solution for the mining industry, QMED

Read more


Bridging the gap in expertise and knowledge:

Specialist Partners:
Emesent, Enterchain
and Lab3.

Read more

Coming up in Q3:

Watch this informative presentation where Jim Sronce, General Manager – MineScape, introduces you to MINESCAPE 2021.  

With a suite of integrated solutions designed for both open pit and underground mines for coal and metalliferous
deposits, MineScape is a mining focused 3D CAD system supporting custom programming and reporting.

Watch presentation →


Jennifer Reidel, CFO – Datamine

“I played competitive soccer (football) growing up and continue to play as much as I can today.”  Learn more →

Chandra Sirigeri, Mining Consultant – Datamine Perth

“I want to walk all the places I used to walk during my childhood days.” Learn more →

Jacinta Neilson, Geology Consultant – Datamine Perth

“Just bought a caravan and I’m looking forward to heading out on some more road trips!” Learn more →

We are constantly improving our user experience through regular software updates. Are you using the latest version?

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Stay updated on the most recent and upcoming events in your region!  Click below to view the calendar.

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