In this episode of Fresh Thinking by Snowden Optiro, Ian Glacken, Executive Consultant at Snowden Optiro talks with Rayleen Hargreaves, Principal Consultant and Reconcilor Product Owner about the importance of data transparency across the mine vale chain, for achieving effective reconciliation.
Both Rayleen and Ian are passionate advocates for continuous improvement via reconciliation across the entire mining value chain. This podcast video at a glance:
1:06 – How would you define data transparency and why is it important in the mining industry?
4:53 - What types of data are typically collected along the mine value chain? \
6:53 - What are some of the challenges associated with achieving data transparency across the mine value chain?
9:05 How can mining companies ensure that their data is transparent and accurate?
10:45 What do you think are the benefits of data transparency for the mining industry?
12:10 Rayleen flips the last question to ask Ian what he sees as potential risks associated with poor data transparency and inaccurate reconciliation in the mining industry.
13:54 Is a picture or a map of the Mine Value Chain important as part of the transparency?
If you would like to speak to either Ian or Rayleen about Reconciliation and/or Reconcilor, here are their contact details: Ian Glacken email@example.com Rayleen Hargreaves firstname.lastname@example.org
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This podcast has been specifically produced for those either working in or associated with the mining industry.