K2fly Ltd (ASX:K2F) has signed a 3 year SaaS contract with Rio Tinto PLC (LON:RIO) to replace its Heritage Management system for the Rio Tinto Iron Ore Division.

The solution, using K2F’s Infoscope platform, will deliver an integrated solution for managing heritage information for Rio Tinto Iron Ore operations in the Pilbara of Western Australia.

The Heritage Database is an accessible repository of Aboriginal site information collected over more than 30 years of heritage surveys.

The database contains detailed attribute information and is a valuable tool for background research for managing cultural heritage & preparing for new surveys in partnership with Traditional Own

“Delighted to be working with Rio Tinto”

K2fly’s chief commercial officer Nic Pollock said: “We are delighted to be working with Rio Tinto on this important solution in cultural heritage management.

“K2fly brings unique experience in this field to offer our customers a repeatable software solution and working independently with other indigenous corporations.”

The database contains detailed attribute information and is a valuable tool for background research for managing cultural heritage & preparing for new surveys in partnership with Traditional Owners.

According to the company, the total contract amount of $ 719,000.

The contract amount per annum is not material but demonstrates K2F’s land and expand strategy with existing clients and continued demand for K2F’s range of software solutions across technical assurance and governance that assist our mining customers to fulfill their Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) ambitions and obligations.

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