WOW air selects MINT for crew training management

MINT Software Systems has signed a service agreement with WOW air which has selected MINT TRMS for its training scheduling, electronic grading and records management for their cockpit and cabin crew training department.“We are very happy to welcome WOW air as our new customer”, remarked Jörg Latteier, managing director of MINT Software Systems. “WOW air are very ambitious and have carefully been testing MINT for a couple of months. Now they felt ready to move forward starting to use the powerful MINT training scheduling and records management capabilities to support the training of their continuously increasing pool of crew members. WOW air will entrust their growing training volume to our proven software MINT TRMS, and we will efficiently support them during the coming years”, he added.WOW air will use MINT TRMS for flight deck crew planning and scheduling, record keeping and currency calculation. The tools for electronic grading and data analysis will help WOW air to significantly enhance its training performance and to reducing overall training cost in the same time. Instant online access to training schedules, electronic forms, learning material and other training related data in the integrated and multifunctional web portal will simplify the day-to-day life of all air crew and instructors.“We tested MINT thoroughly during some months, because we wanted to be sure to select the most flexible training management solution that would have the capability to grow with us and effectively support our business in the future”, commented Robert Oedlund, director crew training at WOW air. “We have found that MINT TRMS with its powerful tools for e-Grading, record management and its great communication capabilities combines all the functionalities we required under one roof.”The deal includes the delivery of the SaaS version of MINT TRMS for training scheduling, record management, training data collection and analysis for all flight crew at WOW air.

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