Lundin to use K2fly software

Staff reporter

Diversified miner Lundin Mining will implement K2fly’s resource disclosure management software under a three-year deal worth about A$660,000.

K2fly, which is being bought out by US private equity firm Accel-KKR, said it would deliver the platform-based SaaS cloud solution at corporate level and cover all material reporting sites for Lundin.

The miner has operations and projects in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Portugal, Sweden and the USA.

K2fly CEO Nic Pollock said the deal added to its client base for the newly released resource disclosure product, and another Toronto-listed client.

“Resource Disclosure is the cloud first rewritten replacement for the very successful RCubed solution,” Pollock said.

“It is the only solution in its class globally that is commercial off the shelf.

“Looking ahead it will be integrated with our model manager and reconciliation modules to provide clients with a full mineral resource governance suite which is totally unique.”


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