Seequent targets productivity with software upgrade

New Zealand-based geoscience technology company Seequent has updated its mining software portfolio to improve its processing times and access to cloud computing capabilities.
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The releases allow for better connectivity to cloud products and between different software solutions

Seequent's tool for 3D modelling geological data, Leapfrog Geo, now has up to 25% faster overall processing times, along with updated features that focus on improving a user's productivity and capacity to collaborate, said the company.

"[O]rganisations are generating greater amounts of data. We want to enable organisations in their digital transformation journey and enhance productivity," said chief technology officer James Lawton.

It has upgraded its data management tool, Seequent Central, to improve user efficiency through a new visualisation capability, enhanced modelling workflows and publishing improvements

"We've planned for the future with these releases, expanding the capabilities of Seequent Central at the centre of the user's workflow to improve digital effectiveness and enable better decisions," said Lawton.

The latest releases allow for better connectivity to cloud products and between different software solutions, and enable large processing tasks and multi-user workflows by taking advantage of cloud computing capabilities, said the company.

The range of updates were the largest to its mining portfolio in more than a decade and include technologies that aim to ease a transition to Seequent Evo, its new ecosystem of hybrid cloud and desktop solutions.

"The releases are geared for the transition to Seequent's Evo ecosystem - which links operations, data, and technology, to provide real-time decision support," said chief revenue officer Daniel Wallace.