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5-6 November 2013: Global Mining IT & Communications Summit in Toronto

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5-6 November 2013: Global Mining IT & Communications Summit in Toronto
Spatial Dimension is pleased to announce our participation at the 2nd annual Global Mining IT and Communications Summit in Toronto, Canada on November 5th & 6th 2013.

The second edition of Global Mining IT & Communication Summit promises to bring together CIOs and other key IT decision makers from leading global mining companies to explore topics that: Examine tools and systems related EAM to maximise NPV, Discuss big data versus smart data and future adaption, Assess latest technology and software to boost network immune systems in the era of mobility, and Identify the CIO’s perspective in the world of IT & OT convergence. 

Spatial Dimension will mark our first participation at the Global Mining IT and Communications Summit by featuring the proven FlexiCadastre enterprise Land Asset Governance, Risk Management and Compliance (GRC) solution for extractive resource industries. FlexiCadastre delivers unparalleled experience helping the world’s leading mining companies – many of whom will be represented at the Summit – manage their land rights and agreement obligations using enterprise GIS and a powerful process-driven workflow approach. We look forward to sharing with delegates the latest success stories in the nearly 70 jurisdictions around the world where FlexiCadastre helps protect the most fundamental assets of mining companies – securing the rights to access their target resources in the ground.

The Summit is being hosted by the Westin Harbour Castle in downtown Toronto, Canada and organized by Fleming Gulf Conferences. Additional details can be found at: 

We look forward to seeing you at our exhibit booth at the Summit! 

Event Contact:
Brian Greening | Business Development Manager
Spatial Dimension
T: +1.604.770.3539
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