Toronto, Ontario, October 30, 2018 – Jonas Software (“Jonas”) is pleased to announce the acquisition of Minted Box Education Ltd. (“Minted Box”). Minted Box’s premiere solution, MINTclass, enables institutions to provide the best education to students.
Richard Clancy, Portfolio Manager of the Education Vertical at Jonas Software had this to say, “The acquisition of Minted Box and MINTclass helps Jonas optimize our educational solutions while increasing our value with educators and institutions globally. We are excited to have the team at Minted Box join Jonas as they bring a strong skill set and expertise to adapt with the evolution of vertical market software.”
“We are thrilled to join the Jonas family and be a part of an organization with many opportunities for growth and a vast amount of vertical market expertise,” says Iain Bell, Co-founder and Managing Director of Minted Box. “This acquisition will provide Minted Box the resources and tools needed to increase our efforts to develop and enhance solutions like MINTclass and better serve our customers.”
About Minted Box
Minted Box was founded in 2009 in Guildford, Surrey, England. Minted Box takes care of developing and maintaining software and websites so you can focus on growing and operating your business to drive revenue and traffic. MINTclass transforms educational institutions and educators by utilizing student information so educators can better understand how to help their students and be more efficient in their lessons.
About Jonas Software
Jonas Software operates over 75 independently managed software brands around the world, providing them with the strategic guidance and financial security required to be leaders in their respective markets. From its roots formed in the construction and club management markets, Jonas Software’s reach has grown extensively within the fitness, membership, hospitality and industrial verticals. Today, Jonas Software is proud to supply industry-leading enterprise management software and related services to more than 70,000 customers in 20 vertical markets.