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Using curiosity as a business tool

By Claire Mahoney

From the time we can speak, we start asking questions: Why is the sky blue? How big is the ocean? Why do the leaves change colour? Being curious is encouraged and rewarded because it leads to a deeper understanding of the world, which helps us operate and survive better as humans.

Curiosity is part of our company culture and we use it for a lot of different reasons: to build better software, understand user needs and help solve complex industry challenges. Even as we grow as a company, we’re still asking the same questions: What does it look like underground? Can we harness the power of a volcano?

By being curious we’ve created multiple opportunities, solved a host of problems and had some enlightening conversations. Here’s how we apply curiosity in our business.

Curiosity for problem-solving

When we heard back in 2014 that some of our customers were having problems managing their model versions, which was hampering their decision-making and costing money at the operations stage, we saw an opportunity to help out and get curious.

We asked some key questions: How are you managing projects now? How are models shared currently? What other decisions depend on the data? What other problems is this causing?

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Leapfrog Geo significantly advanced in 2014

It has been a big year for Leapfrog Geo with the release of version 2.0 and 2.1. Significantly advanced in 2014, taking your modeling to new heights.

Significantly advanced in 2014. Let’s look at the major new features.

2.0 for advanced vein modelling

2.0 did not disappoint when it was released in July. With the most superior vein modelling in the industry, feedback from users has confirmed we were right to get excited. After all, when Product Manager Tim Schurr, described the vein modelling as ‘simply beautiful,’ we knew it was something special. So if you haven’t already tried out 2.0 what exactly are you missing?

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Leapfrog Geo evolves with the release of 1.4

By Tim Schurr

The geological modelling workflow platform has evolved again, allowing you to model more geologies, in so many more ways. Earlier this month we released Leapfrog Geo 1.4, the third iteration of the software since its launch in February this year. The development group in New Zealand has been working full tilt at two key objectives; to extend the flexibility of Geo and to expand its capabilities with new workflows. The result is a new benchmark in usability and modelling workflows that delivers functionality that modelling geologists really need. So what’s new in version 1.4?

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