Triple Point’s “Port Management” Software Wins Prestigious International Bulk Journal Award

Newcastle, NSW - 30 November 2011

Triple Point Technology, the leading global provider of software to manage commodities and enterprise risk, announced today that its QMASTOR PortVu bulk terminal management system has won the prestigious International Bulk Journal (IBJ) IT Solutions Award and was recognized for delivering a significant, measurable return-on-investment (ROI).

QMASTOR PortVu was selected as the IT Solutions Award winner because it is the only complete, integrated bulk terminal management system that manages all the complexities of port operations. It is a proven, multi-lingual solution that is being used across the world by leading resource companies and terminals. PortVu optimizes decision-making and delivers substantial cost savings by integrating terminal operations with suppliers, customers, transport providers, agents, laboratories, and other supply chain partners through one common platform.

“We’re honored to add this highly esteemed award to our growing list of accolades,” said Trent Bagnall, managing director of coal and mineral supply chain solutions, Triple Point. “It’s just one more testament to our talented team, which is dedicated to delivering innovative, world-class commodity management software solutions that provide our customers with significant, measurable ROI.”

Triple Point recently acquired QMASTOR, the premier provider of mining software solutions to manage the tonnage, quality, and value of coal and mineral supply chains from "pit" to the point of export, import, or consumption. QMASTOR’s advanced solutions manage and optimize all aspects of mining supply chains including mine planning and scheduling, material tracking, logistical movements, 3D stockpile modeling, grade control, blend management for coal, and other minerals such as nickel and iron ore. QMASTOR also offers solutions for managing port operations and metallurgical accounting. The metallurgical accounting solution supports multiple metals including gold, silver, titanium and platinum.
Written by: Lauren LaFronz
Director of Marketing Communications, Triple Point Technology.
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