K2fly Limited says it has been awarded a contract from Newmont to commence work on implementation of the RCubed Resource Governance solution for its global operations.
This will see the solution capture and prepare resources and reserves data to report from all 12 operating mines as well as joint ventures and projects across global operations to the NYSE, TSX and investors, according to K2fly.
The initial contract term is three years, which amounts to a total contract value in excess of A$900,000 ($580,908), the company said.
Nic Pollock, K2fly Chief Commercial Officer, said: “We are so proud to have Newmont as a customer as clearly they are the biggest gold miner in the world. However, we also share the same values on social and corporate responsibility.
“Our gold resource reporting template is increasingly becoming the industry standard, and we can now proudly lay claim to our RCubed Resource Governance solution being used by four of the top 10 gold miners globally: Newmont, Anglo Gold Ashanti, Newcrest and Gold Fields.”
RCubed software, K2fly says, generates resource and reserve reports that support reporting codes such as JORC, NI-43-101 and SAMREC across the major stock exchanges – including NYSE, LSE, TSX, ASX and JSE. It assists mining and resource companies in complying with their regulatory reporting obligations, according to the company.
Reporting on the ASX-listed company’s attendance at the recent PDAC 2020 conference in Toronto, Canada, meanwhile, K2fly said its presence at the event generated interest from a number of entities in the resources sector and proposal requests from a further three “leading gold mining companies”.