Pulse Mining Systems, Platinum Sponsor of IMARC 2019, is exhibiting the full suite of solutions for mine business management and optimisation. Five core modules and six state-of-the-art tools can be used individually or combined into a fully integrated system, delivering the digital mine today.
The Pulse Mining ERP suite comprises modules to manage financials, marketing and logistics, operations (production and asset maintenance), supply and utilities, and the workforce – streamlining all aspects of above-ground or underground mine business management.
Pulse Analytics was officially launched at IMARC 2018 with a video case study of Centennial Coal, where performance was transformed by the display of real-time production KPIs from machine sensors and ERP data on TV screens in muster rooms, naturally driving frontline improvement. Totally agnostic BI dashboards that are easily configurable, the application of Pulse Analytics has since extended beyond mining to other industries, such as transport and manufacturing.
For official launch at IMARC 2019 are new tools including Pulse DocParsing which reads text from emailed documents and images to automatically pre-load data for human checking and one-click entry into any software system. Used by Pulse customers to save tedious keystroke data entry in areas like accounts payable and purchasing, any business can save time with DocParsing.
Also new for 2019 is Pulse Budgeting for fully integrated budgeting and forecasting, so that finance teams can execute true bottom-up budgeting without juggling separate software. Pulse Mobility allows staff at all levels to work away from the desk, enjoyed by managers able to approve purchase orders, payments, leave, and other request notifications from anywhere on any mobile device. Pulse Planning provides executives with fully integrated operational resource planning tools and easy drag-and-drop editing. Pulse Tracking enables real-time activity logging of operational assets.
Pulse Mining Systems is an Australian-owned company established for more than 30 years and headquartered at Thornton, near Newcastle NSW. In a modern, purpose-built facility, Pulse houses more than 50 developers, business analysts, technical support specialists, and customer service personnel, led by five experienced department heads. The Pulse mission is to continue developing new and innovative solutions that will positively impact the bottom-line of mining companies.
Pulse rebranded in early 2019 and this year you will find the Pulse exhibition below the illuminated blue cluster icon. Managing Director & CEO, Ash Bosworth, is speaking on topics related to mine business optimisation through digital transformation and integration, and best practice in agile collaboration.
Pulse Mining Systems are proud to be the Platinum Sponsor of the International Mining and Resources Conference 2019. Download the programme.