Reducing the Risks in Regulatory Reporting

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Source: Esdat Environmental Data Software

Sharing (or interchanging) data has become easier for a NT regulator and a number of mining clients who have adopted ESdat.

A growing number of organisations operating in regulated industries are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of data custody and integrity to manage financial and reputational risk. 

Clunky and uncontrolled data exchange can introduce errors, create uncertainty and damage relationships between organisations. 

Sharing (or interchanging) data has become easier for a NT regulator and a number of mining clients who have adopted ESdat. 

Mining companies who have adopted ESdat, such as McArthur River Mines and NT Resources, are able to easily interchange data with the mining regulator, the NT Department of Primary Industries and Resources, who implemented ESdat in 2016. For more information on the ESdat Implementation at Northern Territory Department of Primary Industries and Resources please visit here

Data can be transferred efficiently between ESdat databases using the Electronic Data Interchange File, maintaining data integrity. This EScIS technology has also being adopted nationally by a Commonwealth Government department creating a paradigm shift in the data interchange and knowledge sharing between the client, consultants and laboratories. 

To learn more about how EScIS can help your organisation, contact us today: info@escis.com.au

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