Xstrata Copper Australia has extended the global rollout of Brady’s trading and risk management solution, following the implementations in Chile, Peru, Dubai and Argentina. This implementation will be used for Xstrata Australia’s copper mining operations and will include an interface into global centralised risk management as per the enterprise-wide risk management deal signed with Brady in 2010.
Greg Bews, project manager – global commercial projects, Xstrata Commodities, said: “This implementation follows the previous implementations for Xstrata Copper in the Middle East and South America and we are pleased to extend the rollout of the Brady solution. We anticipate immediate benefits of having more of our operations using centralised risk management. Brady will enable us to have a unified approach across many of our operations and, at the same time, tightly manage our risk potential with maximum efficiency.”
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