The degree of computerization of mining companies is extremely varied from mine to mine, but the before mentioned transnational nature of the extractive industry paradoxically makes some mines in Africa, Senegal, Ghana, South Africa, Botswana or Latin America, Chile, Peru to have a higher rate of computerization compared to mining organizations in countries with a centuries old mining activity like the ones in Europe. The computerization ways are different, with some companies opting for mining software, others developing GIS platforms. Others, very rare, have combined the two methods and most have developed custom general software, tailored for the field. Analyzing these methods of computerization the question arises: is it possible to link all or most of these computerization methods in the mining activity, and if so, can we create a model, a modular concept, adaptable to any condition, any mode of operation, any raw material? We hope this paper is a possible answer.