Something needed to change at Aurelia Metals. Gold recovery rates were less than 75 percent and throughput low at the end of the fourth quarter f 2015. If Aurelia was going to survive, its Perth processing plant needed to increase its recovery rate to 85 percent. It also needed to increase cash flow and capital. When Peter Smith, Metallurgy Superintendent at Aurelia Metals, started his role on February 1, 2016, he had no idea of the task at hand. Two days later, when he was briefed on the state of the plant, he knew one thing: he needed the PI System to remove manual processes and gain the necessary visibility to implement process control. By mid-March, the PI System was up and running, recovery rates and throughput were improving, and Aurelia's stock was rising.