Here we are again, wrapping up another year. I can't believe 2013 is about to come to a close. It's that time of year when you start to look back and reflect on what you have accomplished over the past year.
Here at MYNAH, we look back with no regrets..maybe exhaustion, but no regrets! 2013 was a whirlwind of a year full of hard work, success, growth and of course, a lot of fun!
To keep up with demand, we brought on 16 new staff members in 2013:
Jay Chard- Application Engineer
Todd Jaco- Simulation Project Engineer
Zach Sample- Simulation Project Engineer
Allison Schmitz- Support Associate
Aimee Ubriaco- Education & Training Coordinator
Matt Welsh- Application Engineer
Andrew Alseth- Simulation Project Intern
Adam Drees- Simulation Project Co-Op
Eric Mortiz- Simulation Project Intern
Kevin O’Leary- Marketing Intern
Tony Sabatini- Product Development Intern
Tim Schieffer- Simulation Project Co-Op
Amelia Sipe- Simulation Project Co-Op
Chris Stuart- Simulation Project Co-Op
Wayne Viers- Product Development Co-Op
Marsha Wisely- Simulation Project Co-Op
The MYNAH business development team traveled North America, not only exhibiting, but presenting our Mimic Simulation Software solution:
In 2014, MYNAH is taking the show on the road to even more conferences and trade shows. Stay tuned to learn more about where to find us!
Not even mentioning the open simulation projects this team is currently working on, our project team completed 15 sizeable projects in 2013 in the following industries: Corn Wet-Milling, Pharmaceuticals, Pulp & Paper, Iron Ore, Mining and Chemical.
On top of finding themselves working on simulation projects, VDS projects and instructing Mimic training courses, our team of 5 Application Engineers closed over 1150 support tickets in 2013. That is one busy department!
Even through all of our questions (or as they may call it nagging) our awesome Development Team released Mimic v3.5 which was a huge release and has some very exciting new features that took Mimic to the next level.
They are now diligently working on releasing Mimic v3.5.1 and 3.5.2 with even more exciting features. (It may even include mining and solids objects, but shhh you didn't hear that from me!)
As I mentioned in last year's "2012: A Year in Review" blog, we kicked off our Dynamic Simulation with Mimic Training course in 2012 with 5 weeks of Mimic training. Well in 2013, our new Education & Training Coordinator took training to a whole new level with 12 week long Dynamic Simulation with Mimic Training courses. We now have 128 new Mimic experts running around out there!
2013 Training Locations:
In the very beginning of 2013, we learned we were awarded 2 prominent awards from 2 of the most influential publications in our industry:
We are very grateful to Control Magazine and Automation World for these awards and everything they do for the process industry!
On December 6th, the MYNAH team, along with friends and family, took the time to celebrate and reflect on the past year at our annual Holiday party. President, Mart Berutti, opened the party with some thoughts & reflections over the past year. To read his thoughts he discussed at the party, view his blog here.
As you may have heard, we have officially outgrown our current office space. As of January 20, 2014, we will be moved into our new digs. Our new address will be:
390 South Woods Mill Road, Suite 100
Chesterfield, MO 63017
We are very proud of this new office, so if you are in the area, we would love to have you come by and visit! Thanks to our VP of Operations, Todd Anstine for spearheading this crazy moving process!
Overall, 2013 has been year of growth and success that we could not have predicted and now we are planning for an even bigger and better 2014! Thanks to all of our clients and partners for an amazing year. 2014...here we come!
MYNAH Technologies LLC
390 South Woods Mill Road, Suite 100
Chesterfield, MO 63017 USA
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