K2fly has signed up diversified mining and metals company, South32, to use its resource governance solution, RCubed.
South32 is expected to use the platform for its mineral inventory reporting for five years, with the total contract value more than A$880,000 ($608,419), K2fly said.
The full implementation is to commence immediately and will cover 19 global operations, the company added.
Nic Pollock, K2fly’s Chief Commercial Officer, said: “It is a great honour to be working with South32. This adds to our growing list of diversified customers like Rio Tinto, Teck Resources and Nexa Resources.”
The company says its total contract value has growth 45% this quarter and is now over A$6.9 million, compared with the end of the March quarter.