The geological data management software release, the company said, was built with various enhancements that would allow users to interact with their data using interfaces and customised forms that are intuitively created.
Additionally, has added to and modified its product with a new form designer to increase data management accuracy and efficiency.
"It's about configuring our tools to facilitate our clients' processes, rather than them having to change their processes to fit our tools," product strategy manager Ian Whitehouse said.
A new and improved licence manager allows Geobank 2020 to give users access to licence borrowing, activation and transfer functions. Its configuration has been designed, too, to permit users already possessing the software solution to operate both new and older versions of Geobank seamlessly.
"An independent management tool is in place to ensure the different versions do not interfere with one another," Whitehouse said, adding that the new release enables data sharing between file types.
"MICROMINE appreciates most geologists use multiple software solutions and products, so integration has been an important consideration for us, and it's where Geobank 2020 really delivers."
It also has the capability to pass data parameters to third-party applications, and those exchanges are ready to use; moreover, a 'connector' has been included so Geobank 2020 offers full .dat Unicode support.
Geobank 2020 will be available in March.