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We’re in 68 countries
We’re in 68 countries
We’re in 68 countries
We’re in 68 countries
We’re in 68 countries
MYNAH’s products are sold and used worldwide in the chemical, refining, energy production, life sciences, pulp and paper, food, and mining industries.
MYNAH’s products are sold and used worldwide in the chemical, refining, energy production, life sciences, pulp and paper, food, and mining industries.
MYNAH’s products are sold and used worldwide in the chemical, refining, energy production, life sciences, pulp and paper, food, and mining industries.
MYNAH’s products are sold and used worldwide in the chemical, refining, energy production, life sciences, pulp and paper, food, and mining industries.
MYNAH’s products are sold and used worldwide in the chemical, refining, energy production, life sciences, pulp and paper, food, and mining industries.
A Brief History of MYNAH Technologies
A Brief History of MYNAH Technologies
A Brief History of MYNAH Technologies
A Brief History of MYNAH Technologies
A Brief History of MYNAH Technologies

MYNAH Technologies was formed from the product development team of Munger Company, Inc. This team developed the first simulation software application, for Fisher Controls PROVOX Distributed Control System, in 1985. SIMVOX was a VMS-based simulation software package used for PROVOX system testing and training. It was adopted by Fisher Controls as the worldwide platform for PROVOX testing and training in 1986. From 1986 to 2002, Munger’s product development team continued to develop their simulation capability, supporting Munger’s process control business, Fisher Controls, and Emerson Process Management customers worldwide.

In 2002 under the leadership of Martin Berutti (Director of Business Development) and Nobin William (Director of Technology), MYNAH Technologies was formed as a division of Munger Company (later named Experitec). From this time forward, MYNAH was managed as an independent software company. In 2003, Munger Company was reorganized and rebranded as Experitec Inc., incorporated in the state of Missouri. In 2004, just one year later, the leadership team of MYNAH Technologies grew with the addition of Todd Anstine as Director of Operations. Since the formation of MYNAH Technologies, the organization has grown over tenfold in sales revenue and employees.

In October of 2010, MYNAH Technologies, a division of Experitec, became MYNAH Technologies, LLC, incorporated in the state of Missouri. The new company was formed under the leadership team of Larry Tietjen, CEO, Mart Berutti, President and COO, Nobin William, Vice President Technology, and Todd Anstine, Vice President Operations. Dave Sextro (a former Munger Company and Emerson Process Management employee) was added as Vice President of Engineering in 2012.

MYNAH has received international recognition and praise from a widespread audience. Control Magazine’s Reader’s Choice Awards named MYNAH the number one supplier of simulation software for four years in a row. MYNAH was also recognized by the readers of Automation World as a leading supplier of simulation solution with their First Team Award. MYNAH’s products have also been recognized by Control Engineering’s Editor’s Choice Awards, for their innovation and capability. ARC has also praised Mimic Simulation Software for saving process companies time and money on automation projects.

Today, MYNAH is a flexible technology provider that consistently delivers high-performance, low-cost products for process simulation and plant floor data communications. MYNAH’s products are sold and used in 68 countries worldwide in the chemical, refining, energy production, life sciences, pulp and paper, food, and mining industries.

MYNAH Technologies was formed from the product development team of Munger Company, Inc. This team developed the first simulation software application, for Fisher Controls PROVOX Distributed Control System, in 1985. SIMVOX was a VMS-based simulation software package used for PROVOX system testing and training. It was adopted by Fisher Controls as the worldwide platform for PROVOX testing and training in 1986. From 1986 to 2002, Munger’s product development team continued to develop their simulation capability, supporting Munger’s process control business, Fisher Controls, and Emerson Process Management customers worldwide.

In 2002 under the leadership of Martin Berutti (Director of Business Development) and Nobin William (Director of Technology), MYNAH Technologies was formed as a division of Munger Company (later named Experitec). From this time forward, MYNAH was managed as an independent software company. In 2003, Munger Company was reorganized and rebranded as Experitec Inc., incorporated in the state of Missouri. In 2004, just one year later, the leadership team of MYNAH Technologies grew with the addition of Todd Anstine as Director of Operations. Since the formation of MYNAH Technologies, the organization has grown over tenfold in sales revenue and employees.

In October of 2010, MYNAH Technologies, a division of Experitec, became MYNAH Technologies, LLC, incorporated in the state of Missouri. The new company was formed under the leadership team of Larry Tietjen, CEO, Mart Berutti, President and COO, Nobin William, Vice President Technology, and Todd Anstine, Vice President Operations. Dave Sextro (a former Munger Company and Emerson Process Management employee) was added as Vice President of Engineering in 2012.

MYNAH has received international recognition and praise from a widespread audience. Control Magazine’s Reader’s Choice Awards named MYNAH the number one supplier of simulation software for four years in a row. MYNAH was also recognized by the readers of Automation World as a leading supplier of simulation solution with their First Team Award. MYNAH’s products have also been recognized by Control Engineering’s Editor’s Choice Awards, for their innovation and capability. ARC has also praised Mimic Simulation Software for saving process companies time and money on automation projects.

Today, MYNAH is a flexible technology provider that consistently delivers high-performance, low-cost products for process simulation and plant floor data communications. MYNAH’s products are sold and used in 68 countries worldwide in the chemical, refining, energy production, life sciences, pulp and paper, food, and mining industries.

MYNAH Technologies was formed from the product development team of Munger Company, Inc. This team developed the first simulation software application, for Fisher Controls PROVOX Distributed Control System, in 1985. SIMVOX was a VMS-based simulation software package used for PROVOX system testing and training. It was adopted by Fisher Controls as the worldwide platform for PROVOX testing and training in 1986. From 1986 to 2002, Munger’s product development team continued to develop their simulation capability, supporting Munger’s process control business, Fisher Controls, and Emerson Process Management customers worldwide.

In 2002 under the leadership of Martin Berutti (Director of Business Development) and Nobin William (Director of Technology), MYNAH Technologies was formed as a division of Munger Company (later named Experitec). From this time forward, MYNAH was managed as an independent software company. In 2003, Munger Company was reorganized and rebranded as Experitec Inc., incorporated in the state of Missouri. In 2004, just one year later, the leadership team of MYNAH Technologies grew with the addition of Todd Anstine as Director of Operations. Since the formation of MYNAH Technologies, the organization has grown over tenfold in sales revenue and employees.

In October of 2010, MYNAH Technologies, a division of Experitec, became MYNAH Technologies, LLC, incorporated in the state of Missouri. The new company was formed under the leadership team of Larry Tietjen, CEO, Mart Berutti, President and COO, Nobin William, Vice President Technology, and Todd Anstine, Vice President Operations. Dave Sextro (a former Munger Company and Emerson Process Management employee) was added as Vice President of Engineering in 2012.

MYNAH has received international recognition and praise from a widespread audience. Control Magazine’s Reader’s Choice Awards named MYNAH the number one supplier of simulation software for four years in a row. MYNAH was also recognized by the readers of Automation World as a leading supplier of simulation solution with their First Team Award. MYNAH’s products have also been recognized by Control Engineering’s Editor’s Choice Awards, for their innovation and capability. ARC has also praised Mimic Simulation Software for saving process companies time and money on automation projects.

Today, MYNAH is a flexible technology provider that consistently delivers high-performance, low-cost products for process simulation and plant floor data communications. MYNAH’s products are sold and used in 68 countries worldwide in the chemical, refining, energy production, life sciences, pulp and paper, food, and mining industries.

MYNAH Technologies was formed from the product development team of Munger Company, Inc. This team developed the first simulation software application, for Fisher Controls PROVOX Distributed Control System, in 1985. SIMVOX was a VMS-based simulation software package used for PROVOX system testing and training. It was adopted by Fisher Controls as the worldwide platform for PROVOX testing and training in 1986. From 1986 to 2002, Munger’s product development team continued to develop their simulation capability, supporting Munger’s process control business, Fisher Controls, and Emerson Process Management customers worldwide.

In 2002 under the leadership of Martin Berutti (Director of Business Development) and Nobin William (Director of Technology), MYNAH Technologies was formed as a division of Munger Company (later named Experitec). From this time forward, MYNAH was managed as an independent software company. In 2003, Munger Company was reorganized and rebranded as Experitec Inc., incorporated in the state of Missouri. In 2004, just one year later, the leadership team of MYNAH Technologies grew with the addition of Todd Anstine as Director of Operations. Since the formation of MYNAH Technologies, the organization has grown over tenfold in sales revenue and employees.

In October of 2010, MYNAH Technologies, a division of Experitec, became MYNAH Technologies, LLC, incorporated in the state of Missouri. The new company was formed under the leadership team of Larry Tietjen, CEO, Mart Berutti, President and COO, Nobin William, Vice President Technology, and Todd Anstine, Vice President Operations. Dave Sextro (a former Munger Company and Emerson Process Management employee) was added as Vice President of Engineering in 2012.

MYNAH has received international recognition and praise from a widespread audience. Control Magazine’s Reader’s Choice Awards named MYNAH the number one supplier of simulation software for four years in a row. MYNAH was also recognized by the readers of Automation World as a leading supplier of simulation solution with their First Team Award. MYNAH’s products have also been recognized by Control Engineering’s Editor’s Choice Awards, for their innovation and capability. ARC has also praised Mimic Simulation Software for saving process companies time and money on automation projects.

Today, MYNAH is a flexible technology provider that consistently delivers high-performance, low-cost products for process simulation and plant floor data communications. MYNAH’s products are sold and used in 68 countries worldwide in the chemical, refining, energy production, life sciences, pulp and paper, food, and mining industries.

MYNAH Technologies was formed from the product development team of Munger Company, Inc. This team developed the first simulation software application, for Fisher Controls PROVOX Distributed Control System, in 1985. SIMVOX was a VMS-based simulation software package used for PROVOX system testing and training. It was adopted by Fisher Controls as the worldwide platform for PROVOX testing and training in 1986. From 1986 to 2002, Munger’s product development team continued to develop their simulation capability, supporting Munger’s process control business, Fisher Controls, and Emerson Process Management customers worldwide.

In 2002 under the leadership of Martin Berutti (Director of Business Development) and Nobin William (Director of Technology), MYNAH Technologies was formed as a division of Munger Company (later named Experitec). From this time forward, MYNAH was managed as an independent software company. In 2003, Munger Company was reorganized and rebranded as Experitec Inc., incorporated in the state of Missouri. In 2004, just one year later, the leadership team of MYNAH Technologies grew with the addition of Todd Anstine as Director of Operations. Since the formation of MYNAH Technologies, the organization has grown over tenfold in sales revenue and employees.

In October of 2010, MYNAH Technologies, a division of Experitec, became MYNAH Technologies, LLC, incorporated in the state of Missouri. The new company was formed under the leadership team of Larry Tietjen, CEO, Mart Berutti, President and COO, Nobin William, Vice President Technology, and Todd Anstine, Vice President Operations. Dave Sextro (a former Munger Company and Emerson Process Management employee) was added as Vice President of Engineering in 2012.

MYNAH has received international recognition and praise from a widespread audience. Control Magazine’s Reader’s Choice Awards named MYNAH the number one supplier of simulation software for four years in a row. MYNAH was also recognized by the readers of Automation World as a leading supplier of simulation solution with their First Team Award. MYNAH’s products have also been recognized by Control Engineering’s Editor’s Choice Awards, for their innovation and capability. ARC has also praised Mimic Simulation Software for saving process companies time and money on automation projects.

Today, MYNAH is a flexible technology provider that consistently delivers high-performance, low-cost products for process simulation and plant floor data communications. MYNAH’s products are sold and used in 68 countries worldwide in the chemical, refining, energy production, life sciences, pulp and paper, food, and mining industries.

Awards & Recognitions
Awards & Recognitions
Awards & Recognitions
Awards & Recognitions
Awards & Recognitions

Automation World

  • 2012 & 2014 Leadership in Automation Award – 1st Team Honoree in Simulation Software Category

Control Engineering Magazine

  • 2003 Editor’s Choice Award for Mimic Simulation Software
  • 2004 Editor’s Choice Award for PLC IO Interface

Control Magazine

  • Reader’s Choice Award for Simulation Software from 2003–2015; First place in 2006, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016

Emerson Process Management

  • 2001: Alliance Program – Supplier of the Year
  • 2002: Alliance Program – Supplier of the Year

Automation World

  • 2012 & 2014 Leadership in Automation Award – 1st Team Honoree in Simulation Software Category

Control Engineering Magazine

  • 2003 Editor’s Choice Award for Mimic Simulation Software
  • 2004 Editor’s Choice Award for PLC IO Interface

Control Magazine

  • Reader’s Choice Award for Simulation Software from 2003–2015; First place in 2006, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016

Emerson Process Management

  • 2001: Alliance Program – Supplier of the Year
  • 2002: Alliance Program – Supplier of the Year

Automation World

  • 2012 & 2014 Leadership in Automation Award – 1st Team Honoree in Simulation Software Category

Control Engineering Magazine

  • 2003 Editor’s Choice Award for Mimic Simulation Software
  • 2004 Editor’s Choice Award for PLC IO Interface

Control Magazine

  • Reader’s Choice Award for Simulation Software from 2003–2015; First place in 2006, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016

Emerson Process Management

  • 2001: Alliance Program – Supplier of the Year
  • 2002: Alliance Program – Supplier of the Year

Automation World

  • 2012 & 2014 Leadership in Automation Award – 1st Team Honoree in Simulation Software Category

Control Engineering Magazine

  • 2003 Editor’s Choice Award for Mimic Simulation Software
  • 2004 Editor’s Choice Award for PLC IO Interface

Control Magazine

  • Reader’s Choice Award for Simulation Software from 2003–2015; First place in 2006, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016

Emerson Process Management

  • 2001: Alliance Program – Supplier of the Year
  • 2002: Alliance Program – Supplier of the Year

Automation World

  • 2012 & 2014 Leadership in Automation Award – 1st Team Honoree in Simulation Software Category

Control Engineering Magazine

  • 2003 Editor’s Choice Award for Mimic Simulation Software
  • 2004 Editor’s Choice Award for PLC IO Interface

Control Magazine

  • Reader’s Choice Award for Simulation Software from 2003–2015; First place in 2006, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016

Emerson Process Management

  • 2001: Alliance Program – Supplier of the Year
  • 2002: Alliance Program – Supplier of the Year