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CAMMS MD to address Mining Industry Leaders at IMARC 2014

Thursday, August 28th, 2014 - CAMMS

Joe Collins will address delegates at the International Mining and Resource Conference in September 2014

Joe Collins, Founder and Managing Director of CAMMS, will address global mining industry influencers on the topic of “Increasing Corporate Returns through Effective CPM” at the International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) and Exhibition to be held in Melbourne from the 22-26 September 2014.

For five days at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, mining industry leaders, policy makers, financiers, technical experts, innovators and educators will immerse themselves in the major industry challenges, issues and solutions through the three streams of Policy, Technology & Skills and Investment.

Collins says, “The Mining industry has struggled to keep profits and productivity up in the last couple of years. In this tough environment it’s more important than ever for organisations to utilise their resources to the fullest. Putting sustainable processes and systems in place can not only save money, but can help to create new avenues of growth.”

With over 30 years’ experience in creating management strategies for a range of large organisations around the world, Collins has helmed the success of CAMMS from an Australian-based Management Consultancy firm in 1996 into a world leader in performance management and business intelligence solutions, with clients and offices located in Australia, New Zealand, Europe and North America.

Collins continues, “I’m really thrilled to be asked to speak to the key stakeholders in the industry. I’m passionate about improving performance and outcomes for organisations worldwide. What I, and CAMMS for that matter, can bring to the table are the skills, processes and technology that can revolutionise a business; savings on costs, maximising efficiency and enabling an environment of innovation. It’s these things that contribute to increased corporate returns and the overall success of a company.”

CAMMS delivers an integrated CPM and BI solution suite that includes the key management functions of strategy execution, performance monitoring and reporting, risk and hazard management, employee resource management, financial planning and budget management, and business intelligence and analytics.

Find out more about IMARC here.
Find out more about CAMMS here.


ABOUT CAMMS
CAMMS was founded in South Australia in 1996 as a management consultancy, and has since grown to 150+ clients across a number of industries including public sector, health, financial services, education and utilities. The company designs and develops its own software in its Australian Headquarters and from its Global Service Delivery Centre in Sri Lanka, offering its clients on-premises, on-demand (cloud) and mobile solutions. It has offices in five countries including Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Sri Lanka and the United Kingdom. For more information go to: www.cammsgroup.com

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