Why Choose Mintec?

  • Experience with a Modern Outlook

    The varied backgrounds of our software developers which range in specialty, age and experience, ensure that projects are as insightful and innovative as they are efficient.

  • Customised and Flexible Software Development

    The very nature of technology is that it is constantly evolving. In order to stay up to date, let alone ahead of the competition, it is important to have flexible application software developed that can evolve with your business.

  • Long-term Support

    We believe that the key to success in business is to develop a long term relationship with our clients. At Mintec this is the norm and our clients can rest assured that the software developed by Mintec will be supported and maintained to stand the test of time.

  • Complete Process

    Our superior customer service and support is evident from the initial meeting through to the end of the project. Many of our clients have formed a strong relationship with us, as a result the collaboration has often continued on to incorporate upgrades and new projects.


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From The Blog

  • 4 steps to achieving systems integration

    Disconnected systems can cause a business a lot of pain.

    Faced with a complete overhaul of your systems is intimidating. Change means taking tools that have been part of your business for a long time — and have grown and mutated with your business — and eliminating or starting over with them.

    You may have even made an attempt at systems integration, only to find it was too difficult and unwieldy to implement. 

    But can you afford not to do it? 

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  • Production Line System Failure — How to Protect Yourself

    Here’s the thing: production lines are hugely complex and difficult to predict.

    Even now, as technology has advanced and so much has become automated, there are still glitches and shutdowns.

    And part of the problem is because the systems are automated — with process and system integration into production lines, so much more reliance is placed on the accuracy of the data. 

    And while having all your information in one place is absolutely a positive, relying on inaccurate systems is going to drastically effect your business.

    Last month, I talked about how to identify areas in your production line that were susceptible to failure. This month, I’ll be talking about how to prevent those failures from happening. 

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  • How to identify production line failures

    To keep assembly lines running and to maintain product quality, manufacturing organisations rely heavily on systems hardware and software to minimise production line failure.

    But even if production lines are the backbone of a business, they are still very susceptible to weaknesses — and issues are startlingly common.

    What’s worse, most companies aren’t even aware of these weaknesses before they become fully-fledged system failures.

    Symptoms of production line failure arise early and are often too easily dismissed as potential red flags. Some of these include:

    • Delays in getting information from one unit to the other;
    • Delays in getting orders into the production schedule; and
    • Delays in getting the completed orders delivered.

    Whether it’s an untreated hardware or software issue, a potential security breach, or a delay in production — the warning signals are there.

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