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Hochschild Mining Selects FlexiCadastre

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Hochschild Mining Selects FlexiCadastre

Spatial Dimension is pleased to announce that Hochschild Mining recently selected FlexiCadastre as their enterprise mineral rights management solution. The implementation of the solution will entail a phased approach across the company's operations, with the initial focus being on projects in Peru, Argentina, Chile and Mexico.

Reflecting on the announcement, Bill Feast, Managing Director of Spatial Dimension said, "This further buoys the success Spatial Dimension has realized in supporting clients throughout the Americas over the last 12 – 18 months with localized FlexiCadastre expertise. Hochschild Mining recognized our experience and success in these jurisdictions demonstrating again why major mineral resource companies around the world are turning to FlexiCadastre to provide consistency and oversight to land management across their global operations.”

Mike Baumgartner, Managing Director for Spatial Dimension’s operations in the Americas added, "Hochschild’s decision to choose FlexiCadastre adds to an already impressive client base in the region and illustrates a growing wave of product adoption in South, Central and North America. I am very excited about welcoming Hochschild Mining into our growing user family.”

Hochschild Mining corporate representatives expressed that they look forward to working with Spatial Dimension in deploying FlexiCadastre throughout their enterprise. Hochschild Mining is a growing company, expanding its presence in the Americas and wants to have a global perspective on that growth. They considered that FlexiCadastre is the only solution that could meet their needs and deliver on their vision for growth. Finally, they added that other solutions they considered were limited in scope and focused only on local mineral rights processes. Spatial Dimension’s experience deploying FlexiCadastre as an integrated solution in the Americas and beyond really fits with Hochschild’s ‘Think Global’ outlook.

About FlexiCadastre

FlexiCadastre uses a workflow-centric and spatially-enabled approach to provide a scalable, enterprise-ready and integrated solution to drive the efficient administration of mineral rights and contracts across multiple global jurisdictions. Using a web portal for data management and reporting, advanced task management, configurable business logic and best of breed GIS technologies, FlexiCadastre has become a world leader in mineral rights management solutions. Corporate FlexiCadastre clients include Anglo Coal, Anglo Exploration, Anglo Platinum, AngloGold Ashanti, Barrick Gold, Goldcorp, Rio Tinto, Teck and Vale. Government FlexiCadastre clients include the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Greenland, Liberia, Mozambique, Senegal, Tanzania and Zambia.

About Spatial Dimension

Spatial Dimension is a solution focused software development and service company with established expertise in the delivery of innovative and cost effective, spatially enabled solutions for the land and resource management sectors. Their flagship product, FlexiCadastre, is the solution of choice globally for both Government Agencies and Mineral Resource Companies wanting to implement integrated mineral rights management. Spatial Dimension is an MS Group business, an ESRI Business Partner, and winner of an ESRI Business Partner of the Year award in 2010. ( /

About Hochschild Mining

Hochschild Mining plc is a leading precious metals company listed on the London Stock Exchange (HOCM.L / HOC LN) with a primary focus on the exploration, mining, processing and sale of silver and gold. Hochschild has over forty years' experience in the mining of precious metal epithermal vein deposits and currently operates four underground epithermal vein mines, three located in southern Peru, one in southern Argentina and one open pit mine in northern Mexico. Hochschild also has numerous long-term prospects throughout the Americas. (

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