How confident are you in your data quality when it comes time for EOM reporting?
Would you build a house without following a plan? Then why would you mine a resource without following the plan?
We have seen some AMAZING excel spreadsheets in our travels with some equally amazing macros providing the basis for reconciliation reporting in our industry. But what happens when the owner leaves, the macros break or you simply have a complex orebody or a long mine life?
Rayleen is a mining geologist with over 20 years’ experience in the mineral resource industry and has been with Snowden for 12 years in various roles. After working in technical geological fields, Rayleen is now leveraging off her strong geological domain expertise and applying it to mining software as the Product Owner of Snowden’s Reconcilor product.
Improvements driven by reconciliation can be difficult due to the large number of systems and people involved throughout the mining value chain. Knowing what a good reconciliation system looks like is essential in ensuring best practice is followed.
When you consider your mine do you know the answers to the following questions?
The use of fudge factors to hide differences between the planned and actual production may be easy but it is also value destroying. This is why we developer Reconcilor to isolate variations to plan so that you can act on them in order to plan with greater confidence.
At Snowden, we have put a lot of thought into best-practice for reconciliation. Over 15 years ago we identified this as an area which could benefit from a specialised system, and developed Reconcilor.
The opening line of a 2005 paper by our former CEO and mine reconciliation thought-leader, Craig Morley. He did have a way with words.
Snowden’s Reconcilor 8 product team are constantly combining great ideas that our clients put forward along with enhancements to existing performance and features. This ensures that Reconcilor remains at the leading edge of innovating reconciliation solutions.
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