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IT services firm creates bespoke software based on client needs.

Melbourne, VIC, Australia – March 11, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Companies often fail to reach business objectives due to inefficient systems or a lack of systems integration. When one goes to select software to minimize these issues in the workplace, often they find the software doesn’t meet their needs for one or more reasons. “Mintec Systems offers bespoke software designed to help with systems integration and improve productivity, and each program created offers ingenious solutions for challenging problems,” Mike Pratt of Mintec Systems declares.

Bespoke software works to improve customer loyalty and response times while allowing a company to become more competitive. Processes tend to be streamlined when this option is selected, and companies save money as they gain efficiency. “Mintec strives to ensure systems integration as matching existing ways of operation with the necessary software benefits the company in many ways,” Pratt continues.

Information comes into a business from many sources. Ensuring all sources remain up to date requires constant monitoring and, information typically must be entered into the system more than once, which leads to a decrease in productivity. “Mintec integrates the various sources of information into one system to ensure all parts works together. Integration depends on the company being assisted and may include integration of twitter feeds, accounting systems, customer relationship management systems and web pages,” Pratt explains.

To ensure the needs of customers are met at all times, Mintec Systems provides project development services, contract programming and consulting services as clients have different needs. When one chooses to make use of the project development services, Mintec helps with embedded systems, Oracle, Microsoft Access and more, taking the client’s objectives, project goals and imperatives into account.

Consulting services vary greatly, and the client retains the option of selecting which services his or her company needs. Some opt to make use of Mintec for data migration and/or warehousing while others find they work with Mintec for database design, robotic systems and tender writing. According to Pratt, Mintec strives to provide those services most needed by businesses so a company only has to work with one provider rather than many. This increases productivity for all parties involved.

Contract programming remains another option available to clients. Staff may be retained for both short and long term contracts. Whole teams may be provided and rates continue to be reasonable. “Don’t hesitate to ask Mintec Systems for help with a business problem as staff members are standing by, ready to be of help to anyone in need of help in one or more of these areas,” Pratt expounds.

About Mintec Systems:
Mintec Systems delivers IT services through custom software development along with support, using a combination of expertise, innovative outlook, and technology to create individual solutions to meet the client’s needs. In addition, Mintec works to establish strategic IT partnerships and long term relationships with clients, which helps to provide a competitive edge for clients and their businesses.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.mintec.com.au

Contact Info:
Name: Mike Pratt
Email: sales@mintec.com.au
Phone: 03 9660 5500
Organization: Mintec Systems

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