Who is MINT?
MINT is a full-service supplier of sophisticated software for training intensive industries around the world. Our flexible and standard training management system, MINT TMS, is based on innovative technology and valued by training organizations all over the globe.
MINT offers a variety of products in the field of resource planning and record keeping and a complete spectrum of services including:
- Consulting & Project Management
- Software Development
- System Integration
- MINT TMS Training
- Software Maintenance & Support
In 1994, our unique method for automatic scheduling was developed at the University of Kiel in northern Germany and in cooperation with Lufthansa Technical Training (LTT). Generating the annual training schedule had been a totally manual process at LTT up to this date. A remarkable improvement in resource utilization and costs reduction became apparent, because standardized routine processes could be accelerated significantly. As a consequence, in spring 1998, Jörg Latteier and Christian Hollmann founded their own company MINT MEDIA INTERACTIVE to promote their new product.
Over time and with a growing and changing user community, MINT extended the scope of its Training Management System (TMS) to include all relevant fields of compliance related training. Continuous improvement and new developments have led to the implementation of many powerful enhancements such as the very reliable record-keeping tool, a new automatic and cost based scheduling engine, electronic forms and grading, many usability and user interface improvements and new, sophisticated reporting and data analysis tools.
MINT has grown during the years and owes its success to highly committed employees and their cumulative and extensive experience in the training industry and its requirements, and of course to their expertise in software development, integration and implementation. Our team enhances and improves the MINT system constantly and takes care of our customers and their individual needs around the clock.
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