Minit is a spinoff from GRADIENT ECM, an international IT company developing award-winning document capture and process mining products. Minit’s mission is to make complicated processes transparent and provide actionable process insights to companies in every industry sector.
Cooperation with the University of TARTU, Marlon Dumas joined Minit R&D Advisory Board.
Minit 2.0 was launched.
Minit sponsored Sixth International Business Process Intelligence Challenge.
Minit 1.0 was launched and won Microsoft Industry Award.
GRADIENT ECM prepared technical specification and built the dedicated R&D team for new process mining platform.
GRADIENT ECM has begun exploring the topic of process mining and cooperation with Slovak Technical University.
Introduced in 2015, Minit has been recognized by industry leaders, independent publications, and professional community organizations alike.
Microsoft Industry Awards 2017
Winner - A modern way of working in the small and medium-sized business segment
Customer: School of Management / City University of Seattle Programs
Winner - Most Innovative
Real-Time Process Deviance Monitoring
PEX Global Awards 2017
Finalist - Best Technology-Enabled Process Improvement Project of 2017
Optimizing Automated Processes, Customer: GEFCO
Document Manager Awards 2016
Finalist - Best BPM Solution
Microsoft Industry Awards 2015
Winner - Best Solution Application in the Commercial Sector
Rasto founded GRADIENT ECM and its subsidiary Minit. Under his leadership, Minit has grown into a high-performance process mining platform for the enterprise sector. He is responsible for setting the overall direction for the company.
Richard focuses on developing strategic partnerships and increasing customer usage and engagement. He joined Minit from Orderlord and InnoSense, which he co-founded.
Jaroslav leads our innovation efforts and manages our product engineering team. He has 9 years’ experience in leadership roles in tech and pharma enterprise.
Michal is responsible for building and scaling Minit. He also develops relations with the process mining academic community and evangelizes process mining benefits to enterprises worldwide.
Marlon is a computer scientist and Professor of Software Engineering at the University of Tartu in Estonia, known for his contributions in the field of Business Process Management and Process Mining.