Tag Archive: Connectivity

03 Nov 2020 - GIM Suite – Technology, Company News, Technology Partner

acQuire and Imago join forces in new technology partnership to improve integration of geological data

acQuire announces a collaboration with Imago, a USA technology company dedicated to providing high-performance viewing of geological core and chip images from any location. The new integration gives GIM Suite customers the ability to view high-quality images alongside their geoscientific data. The Imago integration will be launched as part of GIM Suite’s next release –... View Article

07 Aug 2018 - GIM Suite – Technology, Technology Partner

Third-party technology connectivity goes deeper

acQuire’s mature third-party technology partner program gives mining and exploration companies greater access to their data across different software products and the mining value-chain. Easier data transfer and data quality is maximised through a commitment to connectivity. acQuire provides it’s acQuireDirect API to technology partners so they can create an interface to GIM Suite from... View Article

27 Sep 2017 - GIM Suite – Technology, Company News, Technology Partner

New partnership between acQuire and REFLEX brings benefits beyond the surface

A new partnership between acQuire and REFLEX will bring access to timely, verified and accurate sub-surface information to the fingertips of GIM Suite users. Perth, WESTERN AUSTRALIA – 27 September 2017 – acQuire Technology Solutions Pty Ltd (acQuire), a market-leader in geoscientific information management software solutions, and REFLEX, a pioneer in the development of downhole data... View Article

02 Jun 2017 - Event News by The acQuire Newsroom

Partnership and connectivity clicked at GIM Jam Mastermind

Over 40 database managers, geologists and technical professionals came together in May for a half-day seminar at the Bells Function Centre in Perth to discuss the facets of managing geoscientific data, software connectivity, latest technology tips and tricks, and collaborative workshops on important industry themes. The event series is a platform for the global mining... View Article

04 May 2017 - Industry News, Business Management by Alison Atkins

Opinion: We are entering an optimistic, data driven phase

Leaving this year’s PDAC 2017 conference in Totonto left me feeling the industry is at the beginning of a new, positive phase. There seemed to be a new, cautious optimism amongst the attendees, fueled by forecasts of positive commodity price changes over the coming three years. SP Global forecasts only lead and iron ore will... View Article

21 Feb 2017 - GIM Suite – Technology, Technology Partner by Jared Armstrong

Interoperability: Smart Refresh improves data quality

Interoperability is taking the mining industry by storm. Or that’s what you might think if you’ve attended a mining conference recently. We’ve been on the interoperability bandwagon for over 20 years at acQuire, cheekily describing our efforts as ‘playing well with others’. What you might not have heard about is our Smart Refresh feature. Here’s... View Article

08 Feb 2017 - GIM Suite – Technology, Company News, Technology Partner

acQuire continues to expand technology partner program

acQuire has recently added Phinar Software to its global technology partner program. It is yet another step in providing acQuire customers with a greater level of connectivity in their operations. Phinar Software is a West Australian based company progressing in leaps and bounds with its technical applications. Phinar develop X10-Geo, a 3D data analytics and... View Article

20 Apr 2015 - Technology Partner

Deswik and acQuire Partner for Greater Interactivity Between Software Systems

Technology partnerships are important, providing our customers with the big picture of their data. That’s why we’re excited to announce that Deswik is now an acQuire technology partner. Deswik.CAD is a powerful design and solids modelling platform used across all mining sectors. The acQuire GIM Suite can now be integrated with Deswik.CAD as part of... View Article

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