Mint Wireless Limited (Mint) is an Australian based technology company listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX: MNW) in 2007. Mint core businesses are the development of innovative payment solutions and consumer technology products and services.
Mint has won many hardware and software awards including Microsoft and IBM’s Consensus Awards in 2008. In 2009, Mint has been recognized amongst Australia’s best performing small-to-medium companies, winning two recent awards: ranking 4th in the BRW Fast 100 awards, and ranking 5th in the SmartCompany.com.au Smart 50 awards.
The BRW Fast 100 and SmartCompany.com.au awards are amongst the foremost accolades delivered to businesses in the small-to-medium space. Both awards are designed to recognize emerging businesses that have demonstrated strong growth and business potential over the last three financial years.
Mint has developed a state of the art Microsoft .Net based transaction management engine called the Dynamic Transaction Switch, or DTS. The DTS resides on a secured and fault-tolerant telecommunication and server infrastructure.
The DTS acts as the electronic transaction processing engine and supports a variety of products and services. The product and services architecture has been developed in consultation with businesses from multiple industries, with the expressed aim of delivering industry specific or customised CRM, billing and payments services.
The technology is modular and flexible allowing for rapid design and deployment of client specific enhancements. This methodology ensures a cost effective and fast lead time for service delivery, providing the client with a maximum return on investment and increased competitive edge.
The Mint Payment Systems server infrastructure is hosted within Tier 1 data centres in both Melbourne and Sydney. The data centres offer world class facilities that include temperature and humidity controls, earthquake protection and advanced fire control systems.
The facilities are monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year with multiple security layers including guards, CCTV, photo access cards, man traps and locked server cabinets.
The facilities are serviced by fault tolerant and redundant power systems encompassing dual council power supply, Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) filters and back up diesel generators.
The Mint service utilises scalable and dedicated Internet access with 24 hour network monitoring, automated network alarms and a redundant architecture.