Bespoke Platform – Set for Improvement Impact

Orcoda Resource Logistics has signed a contract to extend the bespoke platform developed with Minset, a longtime partner of Orcoda in the resource sector.

Orcoda’s contract with Minset is to further develop its app & data platform nicknamed ‘Minobs’.  The upgraded Minobs solution will be delivered progressively and includes a web & native app plus database & state of the art reporting platform. Throughout the contract period, Minset will engage Orcoda to develop & continuously support the Minobs Software System for their exclusive use in the delivery of Minset’s core business, Business Improvement Consultancy in mining & heavy industrial sector.

Andrew Attrill, Co-founder and Director of Minset said “we greatly value our on-going relationship with Orcoda, their expertise & practical approach to optimizing work processes through the use of digital applications has been a key part of Minset’s continuous improvement strategy. We are excited about the expanded functionality of the Minobs platform and will be conducting field testing in early 2021. We look forward to collaborating with Orcoda on further innovations in the coming year”.

Geoff Jamieson, Orcoda Managing Director said; “It is great to continue the working relationship with Minset and working closely with them in developing their platform capability to enhance our joint offering to the Oil & Gas, mining & major infrastructure projects as they come on line. Minset have a huge depth of experience in the sector and as we have successfully jointly delivered on major projects in the past, we look forward to working together in growing our respective businesses”.

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