Roger Bice to head up Mitrais Mining Solutions
- 17 June, 2009 11:41
<p>Roger has more than 36 years experience in the mining industry. A maths graduate, he has worked for some of the world’s leading mining companies.</p>
<p>Mitrais CEO, David Magson, said “Roger is very well respected in the mining Industry. His appointment will help Mitrais mining solutions to grow and further succeed.”</p>
<p>The Mitrais Mining Solutions division is the leading supplier of packaged software and related services to the Indonesian mining industry. It also provides outsourced software development for many of the world’s leading software companies which specialise in mining and undertakes bespoke development for leading mining companies.</p>
<p>Mitrais was established in 2000 to develop excellence in software development using Indonesia as a base of operations. Its objective is to be a leading near shore provider to Australian software developers and a major force in the Indonesia domestic market. Mitrais is a Microsoft Gold Certified developer, an Oracle Partner and has also certified products in SAP NetWeaver. In 2004 the company entered the health Industry, developing a proprietary hospital management information system which it sells globally. In 2007 it absorbed Mincom Indoservices to extend its operations into the sale and support of mining software (in particular from Mincom) in Indonesia. With offices in Bali, Jakarta and Singapore, Mitrais has more than 80 clients and employs more than 300 staff. For further information visit www.mitrais.com .</p>
<p>For further information please contact:</p>
<p>Mr. David Magson
Ph: 1100 62 361 75025
Mobile: 1100 62 815 5800 1004</p>
<p>Produced and issued by Infotech Marketing and Communications. Contact Mike Vanderkelen Ph (07) 54782177 Mobile 0408116911</p>
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