A meeting with the executive staff of the Chilean mine has been set for later this afternoon. The purpose of this meeting is to introduce the back-end dashboard created specifically for the mine’s use; review the employee registration process and the process for the creation and sending of messages.
This pilot project will allow the mine executives to familiarize themselves with the operation and management of the Security Alert Messaging (“SAM”) technology and back-end system. Specifically it will give the mine the opportunity of assessing the various methods that SAM uses to deliver messages, to determine which ‘delivery system’ (app, text message, email, etc.) works best in their specific environment; which methodology is consistently the first to deliver messages to employees; etc. Additionally it will enable them to experience the entire process from registration of employees through the sending of messages and back-end recording and reporting of the results of the messaging.
This pilot project is the result of approximately seven months of discussions and demonstrations with various groups within the mine, including IT; mid-management; HR and employee representatives. As previously announced, this pilot will be a for a maximum four-week period.
The mining company employs approximately 6,400 people in South America and 27,000 worldwide throughout their various operations.
Both iSIGN and its Chilean reseller, Smart Sign, believe that this pilot and its conclusion will help with the ongoing discussion with other mining companies in Chile.