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National Community Wood Recycling Project

The NCWRP was founded in 2003 to help set up and develop a nationwide network of wood recycling social enterprises. Denaploy built and continues to develop a tool used by the 25 (and counting) enterprises around to record their wood collections. The system generates invoices (to building companies), remittance advice slips, monthly reports (for sites and building companies), reminders, mapping, graphs and more....

The NCWRP was founded in 2003 to help set up and develop a nationwide network of wood recycling social enterprises. 

Modelled on the multi award-winning Brighton & Hove Wood Recycling Project, the aim of these social enterprises is to:

  • Save resources by rescuing and re-using waste timber that would otherwise be landfilled (or at very best downcycled into woodchip). 

  • Create sustainable jobs and training and volunteering opportunities for local people - especially those who might be described as disadvantaged and find it difficult to get back to employment.

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A mine planning/ tracking/ QC/ and reporting package. Used at gold mines in Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire, Eritrea and soon many others.

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We further developed the Mining Planning Database for a small surface gold mine in Eritrea. Small in the mining World is a startup cost of around $300m and we like to think that we played a part in keeping those costs to a minimum.

INEA Rebuild

A database platform that enables Estate Agents to share and collaborate. What started as a fairly small data sharing application, now has a suite of specialist tools that are all designed to meet the needs of a British Estate Agent - from geo-mapping of properties to automated ‘colour particulars’ and including a range of dedicated email marketing tools that can transform productivity.
The rebuild of the INEA website blends our knowledge of mapping with big data so that agents can share their properties with other members.

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There is no need to manually upload your data to Rightmove

Rightmove have put back their switch-over date until 31st July 2016 and are telling agents that they'll need to manually upload their property data if they can't supply their data in the Real Time Data Feed format.

Data Visualization Summit

One of the big growth areas in technology is data visualization so we went along to the Data Visualization Summit at the Royal Garden Hotel in London to find out what the Industry Leaders had to say on the matter.