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Version 13.5 of MINT TMS includes new features and updates that our users have been long-awaiting. In addition to the general performance and security improvements, this release introduces automatic assigning/deactivating of record items based on requirements or time after expiration, copying slot groups to events, audit trail additions, new event handlers, improvements to reports, and more. For more information, please check out the latest Release Notes in our Customer Knowledge Base (Wiki), which is accessible by MINT system admins, and request an update to your TEST environment to the latest version today!
MINT is excited to announce the signature of a service agreement with Global Crossing Airlines (GlobalX), a new entrant airline now in the FAA certification process as a Part 212 domestic, flag, and supplemental carrier based in Miami, Florida. Read full press release on our website.
myMINT app allows users to easily access their schedule, notifications, statistics, and electronic forms they need to fill out (online or offline). In the latest update, we included several bug fixes and performance improvements. Download the latest version from the app store today!
Note to MINT Admins: v.13.4.1 on the WebAssistant is required for myMINT users to access Ad-hoc forms in the app. If you have any questions, please reach out to our Tech Support team via JIRA.
“We are very proud to welcome Frontier Airlines to our international user community,” says Frank Vieira Hugger, Director Sales & Marketing at MINT Software Systems. “Frontier’s training experts have evaluated the available solutions on the market very carefully and have selected our innovative software as their new platform for the digitalization of their entire training operations.” Full press release on our website.
KIEL, 21st December 2020 – MINT Software Systems, the leading manufacturer of training management solutions for the aviation industry, signs a service agreement with the new start-up airline Breeze Airways for the implementation of their web-based training management system MINT TMS.
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