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New Enhancements in ESdat Provide Significant Benefits in Data Management Efficiency, Usability and Integrity

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Byron Bay, Australia -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/10/2019 -- ESdat, data management system, has been well established as a tool of choice for environmental consultants for over ten years. In recent years, however, ESdat has been adopted by an increasing range of organizations, operating in the mining, energy, industry and government sectors.

Predominantly this has been driven by organizations becoming increasingly focused on retaining their data so that it is accessible to current and future staff as well as external service providers (e.g. Consultants). These organizations recognize that generating data is expensive and the results should be managed as a valuable resource with relevance beyond the immediate purpose.

EScIS has worked with a range of clients in 2019 to help them achieve greater control of their data and extract higher value from it. Achieving this has been facilitated through advances such as cloud hosting and the web version of ESdat.

For example, both the Australian Department of Defence and New Zealand Defence Ministry have recognized environmental site assessment and remediation data has value in informing future land use and development, and that this data needs to be easily retrievable now and into the future by internal staff as well as by consultants.

Infrastructure organizations taking control of their environmental data include the Great Northern Connect JV, CPB Contractors and Salini Impegilo in Western Australia. Each of these organizations is responsible for environmental monitoring associated with large infrastructure projects which they are delivering. Typically this would be outsourced to consultants, however, with ESdat, these organizations have streamlined their monitoring programs by taking them in-house, and providing web access to consultants where needed.

ESdat continues to deliver successful environmental data management outcomes in the mining sector, with cloud-based solutions provided to NT Resources, Metro Mining and Stanmore Coal, and other mining groups moving their onsite ESdat systems to cloud hosting. The flexibility of ESdat Online combined with EScIS's experience in data management has transformed the way these organisations manage and report compliance monitoring, providing significant benefits in data management efficiency, usability and integrity.

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About EScIS
EScIS provide environmental and groundwater database software, consultancy, advisory, programming, customisation, implementation, and training services. EScIS also develop and resell the ESdat suite of software. ESdat is used worldwide and is the most widely used environmental and groundwater data management and analysis package in the Asia / Pacific.

Name: Earth Science Information Systems (EScIS)
Contact: Trevor Pemberton
Address: Unit 4, 59 Centennial Circuit Byron Bay, NSW, 2481 Australia
Phone: +61 2 9232 8080

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