Established in 2001 specialising in Web design and ecommerce, we are committed to using cutting edge technologies for corporate web site and intranet development.


Today, we specialise in the development of bespoke software and process automation solutions. Much of our work centres on .NET software development, Business Process Re-engineering (BPR), Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and data consolidation.

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    Press Release May 2013

    Quantum Solutions Limited is delighted to announce the purchase of the business Island Web Works.

    Island Web Works is a respected web services and software development provider and shares many similarities with Quantum who will continue to provide client service delivery to IWW’s clients and retain the IWW name.

    Commenting on the sale, principal of IWW, Charles Douthwaite stated:

    “I am pleased to have worked with Simon Robinson of Quantum on this transaction and will continue to be on hand to assist with the transition for clients, ensuring that they receive the service levels that we have worked so hard to attain at IWW. Quantum was the right cultural fit with IWW and both businesses have followed similar paths over the last 10 years’.

    Commenting on the deal, Simon Robinson Managing Director of Quantum stated: “This is the right move for Quantum, working with IWW will ensure that we bring further opportunities and expertise to both businesses. I will look forward to working with Charles over the coming months to ensure that IWW’s clients receive a professional and seamless service.”

    Quantum Solutions has been providing software development services on the island for over 10 years supporting clients to drive efficiencies and cost benefits through their businesses by using bespoke solutions.

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    Web Snippets 9th June 2014

    Turing Test breakthrough as super-computer becomes first to convince us it's human

    A programme that convinced humans that it was a 13-year-old boy has become the first computer ever to pass the Turing Test. The test — which requires that computers are indistinguishable from humans — is considered a landmark in the development of artificial intelligence, but academics have warned that the technology could be used for cybercrime. Computing pioneer Alan Turing said that a computer could be understood to be thinking if it passed the test, which requires that a computer dupes 30 per cent of human interrogators in five-minute text conversations. "Our main idea was that he can claim that he knows anything, but his age also makes it perfectly reasonable that he doesn't know everything," said Vladimir Veselov, one of the creators of the programme.

    Google has unveiled a computerised self-driving car.

    Ministers are rewriting the Highway Code to allow driverless cars on Britain’s roads.

    The law is inadequate for the new generation of vehicles being developed in the US and Britain that will pilot themselves. Google has unveiled a computerised self-driving car, which has no steering wheel, brake or accelerator, just buttons to start, pull-over, stop and a computer screen to show the route. It navigates by GPS and Google Maps. Google plans to have prototypes ready to test in California later this summer and says the goal is for the car to “shoulder the entire burden of driving”. Meanwhile, academics from Oxford University’s department of engineering science are developing a car that can memorise a route, such as a school run, by “recognising” its surroundings.

    Amazon 3D Phone Looks Set for June 18 Launch

    Eyebrows are raising all over the Web. Amazon, which has been rumoured to be working on a 3D smartphone for months, could officially debut a new handset in just a few weeks. The company is hosting a device unveiling event on June 18 in Seattle. Amazon is teasing the product in a new video, which shows a handful of beta testers reacting enthusiastically to an off-screen device. Some of the users can be seen swaying side-to-side while using the gadget, giving weight to the rumour that Amazon’s smartphone will sport advanced eye-tracking technology that creates glasses-free 3D images via four cameras. Using this tech, users may be able to see everything from wallpapers to street maps in 3D, with each application changing based on the viewer’s perspective.

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