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Hot commodities create a growing market and growing opportunities in the metals mining industry for high-tech companies like Australian mining software developer, MICROMINE, who is expanding its global reach with a growing North American presence headquartered in Denver, Colorado, home to US mining.

"We are thrilled to be in a position where increased demand...has resulted in such a significant expansion..."

Global demand for natural resources is fueling the mining industry. MICROMINE, the leading global provider of intuitive software solutions to the exploration and mining industry, announces the expansion of its newest regional office in Denver, Colorado. Opened in May 2011, this expansion reflects MICROMINE's response to growth in the mining industry and MICROMINE’s commitment to provide existing and new clients complete support and service throughout North America.
With additional offices in Elko, Nevada, and Vancouver, Canada, MICROMINE has solidified its presence in the mining industry of North America. North America Regional Manager, Mr. Colin Smith, states, “We are thrilled to be in a position where increased demand for MICROMINE’s solutions has resulted in such a significant expansion of our business.” He is pleased to announce the addition of new staff to the growing Denver office:

  •     Mr. Bill Hill is a degreed geologist from New York and an alumnus of the Colorado School of Mines with many years’ experience in the mining industry. He is the Business Development Manager for MICROMINE’s software suite, Pitram, which provides total mine management and control solutions for mines around the world. Bill is the former chairman of the SME Colorado Section and the former president of Sierra Madre Gold Corp.
  •     Ms. Ammy Davis is the Assistant Accountant/ Office Administrator. She recently arrived in Denver by way of California and brings more than twenty years of professional administrative experience to MICROMINE.
  •     Ms. Lori Freemire is the Marketing Executive for North America. A graduate of Coe College and the University of Iowa, Lori has worked in marketing for more than two decades in a variety of industries including mining. She oversees the implementation of the marketing efforts to further grow the MICROMINE presence.
  •     Mr. Gary Curran, with an under-graduate degree from the University of Montana and an MBA from Thunderbird School of Global Management in Arizona, is the Business Solutions Executive for the Micromine and Geobank software offerings. Gary has an extensive background in technology sales and management to mining and other Fortune 500 companies.

The MICROMINE team of North America continues to provide the key technology resources their customers demand as they seek to maximize profitability and drive continuous improvement. MICROMINE is headquartered in Perth, Australia, and has more than 12,000 clients in over 90 countries. Founded in 1986, the software developer has grown from a three-person operation to more than 240 staff around the world in 22 offices. MICROMINE develops a full range of mining and exploration software solutions which span the entire mining process from geological exploration to mine production management. The company is proud to have received many industry awards recognizing the strength of its products and outstanding export achievements as it contributes to responsible and sustainable mining globally.

With over 12,000 clients in more than 90 countries, MICROMINE is a leading provider of intuitive software solutions for the entire mining process. MICROMINE understands the software and consultancy needs of exploration and mining operations around the world. Located in 20 of the world’s major mineral producing capitals, our team is close to your operation. This means MICROMINE can provide local support and services in your language and time zone.

MICROMINE’s intuitive solutions are delivered by a team of specialists who understand the software and how it can be integrated into an operation for maximum results.

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