acQuire is the premier Geological Information Management (GIMS) for the capture, management and delivery of geoscientific observations and measurements. acQuire is a vertically integrated solution that has application for all phases in the development and production of a mineral asset.
acQuire will help your business adopt best practice workflows by providing rich functionality and productivity-building tools. acQuire can be easily configured to suit your business needs, company specific standards and workflows.
acQuire provide geoscience data management software and services for the mining industry. Organisations working in exploration, resource development or mining rely on our data management solution to make profitable business decisions based on the quality and integrity of their data assets.
acQuire’s GIM software is paired with product support services and accredited training to meet our customer’s evolving technology needs.
Founded in 1996, acQuire originated in Perth, Western Australia. The company currently has five offices around the globe, with customer support centers operating in each major time zone.
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