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 15th September 2014

    Apple Watch unveiled alongside new larger iPhones

    Apple has unveiled a smartwatch - the Apple Watch – which runs apps, acts as a health and fitness tracker and communicates with the iPhone. The company also launched two new handsets, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, that are larger than previous models and could help prevent users migrating to Android. The Apple Watch is controlled by a dial on its side that allows content on its touchscreen to be magnified or scrolled through. In addition, the device runs Siri - Apple's voice-controlled "personal assistant". The watch relies on its user owning an iPhone 5 or more recent model and will be available from "early 2015" at a cost of $349 (£216).

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-29128083

    Motorola Moto 360 review: beautiful smartwatch spoiled by poor battery life

    The Motorola Moto 360 is the flagship Android Wear smartwatch and the first with a round screen that looks more like a traditional watch than a geeky gadget. Like every other Android Wear watch it connects to an Android smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth. It can tell the time, set alarms and timers, show steps and heart rate, or your agenda for the day. When connected to a smartphone, notifications ping from the phone to the watch with a vibrating alert, allowing wearers to see who’s calling, chatting, emailing or any other notification. The Moto 360 looks great, works well and is comfortable to wear but its battery life is poor. At £200 the Motorola Moto 360 is currently the most expensive Android Wear smartwatch.

    http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/sep
    /15/motorola-moto-360-review-smartwatch-poor-battery-life

    Google buys firm behind spoon for Parkinson's patients

    Google has bought a biotech company that has developed a spoon designed to make life easier for people with diseases such as Parkinson's.The spoon developed by Lift Labs is equipped with sensors that detect tremors and cancels them out by as much as 70%, according to the firm. The technology it uses is similar to image stabilisation features in cameras that compensate for shaky hands when taking a photo. Google is gradually increasing its health portfolio. In January it unveiled its smart contact lenses that measure glucose levels in tears to help monitor people with conditions such as diabetes. And in July it announced an ambitious science project - Baseline Study - to collect anonymous genetic and molecular information to create a picture of what a healthy human should be like.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-29155888

  • Testimonials

    Agama Consultants - Trevor Gibbs

    From start to finish, Charles and the team at Island Web Works were thoroughly professional and refreshingly accommodating. And the result was a website that has received nothing but praise since going live. Being something of a technical ignoramus it was also nice to find a company that were prepared to take on board my ideas and explain their application in layman terms, making the whole process a painless and exceptionally successful experience. Thanks guys.