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 22nd September 2014

    Creating a 'Bitcoin Island'


    Unlike jurisdictions which have made crypto-currencies illegal, such as Bangladesh and Bolivia, or regulated them so fiercely that they stifle innovation entirely, like New York, the Isle of Man is welcoming them with open arms. So much so that it recently helped to organise a conference called Crypto Valley looking to bring in new startups, and has lent a hand creating a crypto-tech incubator programme.
    The government’s positive stance on Bitcoin provides stability and certainty - it has begun to regulate crypto-currencies, but only enough to provide legal and financial stability, not to squash innovation.
    In the next month or two changes to law will come in which require crypto businesses to register with the government and carry out some due diligence to avoid money laundering and other financial irregularities.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/11109256/
    Creating-a-Bitcoin-Island-just-off-the-English-coast.html

    Phone is the future says MasterCard as it welcomes Apple Pay


    MasterCard has welcomed Apple to the payments world, and pointed to the mobile phone as one of the things that should help solve a multitude of problems.
    Speaking to TechRadar at the launch of Transport for London's contactless card payment system, MasterCard UK and Ireland president Marion King said it was an exciting time as technology changes the way we pay for things.
    One of the big issues in payment currently is the problem with 'card clash' - with NFC's technology falling short of differentiating between cards.
    But King is keen to see the latest technology start to solve these problems as we get used to keeping our various payment cards separately or being more careful with how we touch card readers.

    http://www.techradar.com/news/phone-and-communications/mastercard-welcome-apple-pay-and-using-your-phone-as-your-card-1266351

    Turn your iPad into a virtual reality headset with AirVR - but prepare to look very silly


    Fancy experiencing virtual reality (VR) without buying an expensive headset like the Oculus Rift? Then AirVR can help.
    Users simply slot their own iPad mini or iPhone 6 Plus into the AirVR device and download a VR app to create an immersive 3D experience.
    AirVR has a number of dedicated apps, including one to watch 3D movies and videos, one for browsing and taking photos and one for exploring the 360 degree panoramas that you can take on your Apple device. Users can also find a range of VR-ready apps and games on the App Store.
    The makers of the device are currently seeking $20,000 in funding on Kickstarter. You can pre-order the headset for $49.

    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/technology-science/technology/turn-your-ipad-virtual-reality-4276353

  • Testimonials

    Hugh Logan Architects- Hugh Logan

    We are extremely pleased with the website that Island Web Works have designed for us. As architects it provides us with an important shop window and marketing tool. The feedback from existing and potential clients has been very encouraging. Charles and his team quickly understood our requirements and were very responsive throughout the whole of the process.