By on September 24, 2015 - News

Chamber of Mines of Madagascar, or Chambre des Mines de Madagascar (CMM) chose the opening of the 2015 International Forum on Madagascar Mining & Petroleum to introduce the Boréalis software as its brand new system to manage local content. The web application was even specially renamed Harembe (“made of pure gold” in Malagasy) for the organisation.

CMM will be using the software for Madagascar’s economic development in the extractive industry. In order to promote local employment and local business development, mining companies that are current or future members of CMM will receive modern and privileged access to a regional bank of job seekers and national businesses.


From left to right: Hery Rajaonarimampianina, Madagascar President, Ny Fanja Rakotomalala, President of the Chamber of Mines of Madagascar and Managing Director of QMM Rio Tinto in Fort-Dauphin, and Eric Gagnon, Country Manager, Boréalis Madagascar.


About Eric Gagnon
In his 20 years working as a manager and advisor in project management, HR and CSR, Eric has been supporting many organizations in Canada and French Africa in challenging industries like humanitarian aid and extractive. Now based in Madagascar, he commercializes Boréalis' software and services to engaged investors to facilitate the development of their sustainable projects in Africa and Indian Ocean.