Dylan Webb is the CEO of Datamine, a global software company focussed on natural resources with offices in 20 countries and customers in over 100 countries.
Prior to becoming CEO in 2020, Dylan held senior roles in strategic development and R&D, sourcing and integrating acquisitions as well as being responsible for software development teams in Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom. He has played a key role in expanding Datamine’s product portfolio across the complete mining value chain through a series of build or buy investments.
Before joining Datamine, Dylan led the Australian operations of JSE-listed ICT company Gijima Group, establishing offices in Perth and Brisbane and providing software and services to the Australian market.
Earlier in his career, Dylan worked as an advisory consultant on some of the world’s largest mining investments for Anglo American, BHP, Rio Tinto and others. He was an external advisor to Bain & Company on strategic reviews and business improvement projects for mining clients. Dylan also worked in mining operations, managing production crews during the expansion of BHP’s Olympic Dam mine in the late 1990’s.
Dylan holds a Master of Business and Technology from UNSW, and a Bachelor of Engineering with Honours from the University of Queensland. He is married with two teenage children and his interests include running, cycling and travel.