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Resolve Immix

Resolve Immix is a subsidiary of the Imperial Logistics Group company and a sister company of Resolve Solution Partners. Resolve Immix is a local Microsoft Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) gold partner, with a focus on the mining industry and industrial manufacturing and services.

Having implemented multiple solutions for major players in the mining space, the company adds additional value by either replacing current ERP solutions or enhancing existing solutions, such as SAP and Oracle to name a few. The result is much-needed extended functionality.

The company further offers exceptional value to customers through the enablement of business solutions, facilitating accurate reporting, improved operational processes, employee productivity, cohesion between departments through data transparency and cost savings.

This includes management of a business’s finances, resources, inventory, operations, supply chain and customer relationships, which ultimately leads to better business management.

Resolve Immix provides the most comprehensive range of Microsoft Dynamics solutions throughout sub-Saharan Africa, which makes it the largest Microsoft Dynamics AX partner in Southern Africa. Within the mining sector, Resolve Immix offers an exploration, Mining and Minerals Processing (xMMP) ERP software solution that covers the total life-of-mine.

The solution manages mineral rights (tenements) claims; exploration; drilling; engineering, planning and construction management for the development phase; actual mining production; stockpiles; plant; shipping and dispatching, all the way to mine rehabilitation.

The xMMP modules are embedded within Microsoft Dynamics AX (the core ERP solution) as opposed to other systems. Other aspects of this comprehensive xMMP solution include health and safety, a laboratory information management system, treasury, housing and interfaces to third-party systems such as GIS, supervisory control and data acquisition.