Welcome to our 2022 Winter newsletter!
In this edition, we are excited to release X-Info Connect V6.5, share Tweed Shire Council’s ongoing client success story, introduce a new Wantok who has joined the Mipela team recently, present another X-InFocus tech tip and update of our team’s activities in connecting people with information.
Internal awareness about safety, risk and compliance with regards to the products and services Mipela GeoSolutions offer has been a significant focus internally across all teams in this last quarter. Our annual review of policies and procedures has seen us focus on the concept of the three lines of defence. This concept considers all employees and their leaders constitute the first line of defense, which ensures policy and procedure are understood. The second line of defense, in regular review is formed by the risk management function, which is the systems, controls and automated reporting by exception to ensure policy and procedure cannot fail (monitored and modified as required through our Kamapim continuous improvement process). The Internal Peer Review and training makes up the third line of defence to assess the effectiveness of controls. By highlighting everyone is a part of it, our teams understand their role in these defences, in the safety, risk compliance, risk prevention, and assurance of what we do for our Clients’ to be Responsive, Reliable and Repeatable in our everyday activities. To learn how X-Info Suite can help you manage your risk program contact our Client Success team to find out more.
To close, I would like to introduce our newest Software Engineer in our growing Products team, Arvind Kumar, who is based in Sydney. I would also like to recognise the dozens of long-term valued Clients who make up the extended Mipela family for the recent renewal of their annual contracts, we greatly appreciate your support and thank you for the trust you put in us.
From all the team at Mipela GeoSolutions, stay safe!
Founder and Managing Director