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Oniqua MRO Analytics Announces Growth, Expansion in North America

Oniqua MRO Analytics (www.oniqua.com), the leading provider of analytics-based MRO optimization solutions for asset-intensive organizations, today announced it has expanded its physical office space in North America to accommodate its growing marketing, sales and consulting teams, as the total number of employees has doubled in the last two years and is expected to more than double over the next 24-36 months.

The company recently increased its North America office square footage by 80 percent, which remains located in the Denver Technological Center (DTC) at 7900 E. Union Avenue, Suite 920, Denver, CO 80237.

The DTC is a business and economic trading center located in Colorado in the southeastern region of the Denver metropolitan area, within portions of the cities of Denver and Greenwood Village; and is a preferred Denver-based location for hundreds of major businesses and technology-based corporations, including SAP, Oracle, Newmont Mining Corporation and other Oniqua partners.

Growth in Oniqua North America is due in large part to an increased focus and penetration within the Utilities and Oil and Gas sectors, where new and existing customers include ConocoPhillips, BP, Nebraska Public Power District, Hawaiian Electric Company, Bermuda Electric Light Company and others. Oniqua continues to support regional mining customers from the North American office as well.

“Due to quicker than expected growth resulting from customer expansion and new market penetration, we effectively ran out of viable workspace for our current employees, recent hires and projected new hires over the coming months and years,” stated Lindsay Clarke, President of the Americas, Oniqua MRO Analytics. “The new and expanded office layout provides a more open floor plan with individual workstations and huddle rooms for conference calls, team meetings, and client visits. This allows us to better group like teams and disciplines to improve functional group dynamics and facilitate greater communication, while expanded conference room facilities allow us to conduct larger-sized training sessions for customers and partners.”

The expansion in North America reflects a growth trend for the company in the Americas region overall, where it recently established operations in South America to serve a growing number of asset-intensive customers, including:

  • BHP Billiton – Minera Escondida (Chile), Pampa Norte (Chile), and Cerro Matoso (Colombia)
  • Codelco (Chile)
  • Vale (Brazil)
  • Newmont Mining Company – Minera Yanacocha (Peru)
  • Freeport McMoRan Copper and Gold – Candelaria/Ojos del Salado (Chile), El Abra (Chile), Cerro Verde (Peru)
  • Xstrata Copper – Tintaya/Antapaccay (Peru)
  • Drummond Company (Colombia)
  • Carbonnes del Cerrejon (Colombia)

About Oniqua MRO Analytics

With operations in the Americas, Africa and Asia-Pacific regions, Oniqua is the world’s leading MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Operations) analytics software company. Oniqua helps organizations maximize profits, savings and efficiencies by minimizing MRO waste, and delivers a positive return on investment in as little as three to six months. Oniqua Analytics Solution (OAS) leverages customers’ transactional data by applying advanced analytics to identify inefficiencies and ensure that their maintenance, inventory and procurement operations run as efficiently as possible. Oniqua is proud to serve the world’s leading companies in the oil and gas, mining, utilities and other asset-intensive industries, including ConocoPhillips, BP, Hawaiian Electric, Nebraska Public Power District, Orange County Transportation Authority, Vale, Codelco, Rio Tinto, Anglo Coal, BHP Billiton, Newmont Mining, Alcoa, Xstrata, Drummond Company, Freeport McMoRan and many others. www.oniqua.com.

Oniqua is part of ASCO Group, the international oil and gas services company.

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