Telematics company Intelematics has appointed Nick Marks as its CEO.
A new mobile tower is planned for the Cadia district in NSW with the funds to come from Optus, Newcrest Mining's Cadia Valley Operations, Infigen Energy and Huawei.
Infigen Energy is an Australian renewable energy company which sought to simply solve a technical problem, and instead, transformed company information management delivering business value for all departments.
Infigen Energy runs wind farms across the world, and when it was developing the business case for a business intelligence solution it calculated that for every 1 per cent additional availability it could wring from its turbines it could squeeze out $1.5 million additional revenues from its then 79 wind farms spread across six countries. Not surprisingly the company rolled out that business intelligence solution to ensure its turbines are operational and facing the right way when the wind blows.
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