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.

  • Latest news

    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.

  • Web snippets

    Web Snippets September 8th 2014

     

    Intel launches first 14-nanometre processor for thin fanless PCs

    Intel has launched a generation of processors with the smallest transistors ever featured in a commercial product. The Core M chip is the first in the family of Intel's next-generation Broadwell processors. The tech offers improved computing power and better battery life, according to Intel. The firm has managed to make the physical size of the Core M 50% smaller and 30% thinner than that of the equivalent last-generation Haswell chip, which featured 22-nanometre (meaning billionths of a metre) transistors. According to the company, users should experience 50% faster computing performance and 40% faster graphics performance with Core M than a comparable last-generation chip.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-29066210

    Apple iPhones among 'most stolen' handsets - Home Office

    Apple's latest iPhone models were the smartphones most likely to be stolen in England and Wales between August 2012 and January 2014, figures suggest. A Mobile Phone Theft Ratio compiled by the Home Office indicates the iPhone 5, 5C, 5S and 4S were most targeted, followed by the Blackberry 9790. Apple said it was leading the industry in protecting people's devices. Home Secretary Theresa May: "People are increasingly carrying their lives in their pockets, with bank details, emails and other sensitive personal information easily accessible through mobile phones. "This is why it is vital that government, police and industry work together to tackle this crime." "With iOS 7, Find My iPhone includes a feature called Activation Lock, which is designed to prevent anyone else from using your iPhone... if you ever lose it. This can help you keep your device secure, even if it is in the wrong hands, and can improve your chances of recovering it."

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-29097483

    Doodle over your photos with Facebook Messenger

    It would be fair to say that Facebook's decision to force people to download a separate app, in order to continue to use Messenger on mobile, has not been particularly well-received. Now though, the social network is giving you an extra incentive to download the app by providing a simple annotation tool that let's you add text and doodles to photos before sending them. Once you've selected the picture you want to include in your message all you need to do is hit edit instead of send, and then you can doodle over your image or type in, resize and reposition text. The feature is currently only available on the Android version of the app.

    http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2014-09/08/facebook-messenger-app-photo-doodle

  • Testimonials

    Raphael Pharma - Mary McGrory

    Island Web Works have met all our needs for a professional web site design and maintenance, we are very impressed with their service and would definitely highly recommend them.