With technology investment booming, retailers are acknowledging that the adoption of digitisation can play a key role in meeting consumer demands whilst unlocking multiple business benefits.
With over 7 years' experience in the field, Engineering Team Leader, Antony 'Maz' Marriott discusses his role in our latest addition of Inside IMS.
2018 was a substantial year for digital transformation and with forecasts predicting further increase in IoT adoption, IMS looks towards the future and reflects on a monumental year for company growth.
An IMS Evolve Christmas Special
The IoT industry is booming, with analysts predicting that the global market will grow to around $520 billion by 2021. However, although this growth rate is impressive, in the rush to innovate, businesses risk undoing the progress made by losing sight of the primary objective digitisation was built to address – improving the customer experience.
We are extremely excited and very proud to announce that IMS Evolve has been awarded Best IoT Project of the Year 2018 at the prestigious UK IT Industry Awards.
In this special edition of Inside IMS, we speak to our first recruit of the newly implemented Graduate Scheme, Sulaxchane Balachanthiran, and the brains behind the scheme itself, Stefano Blasco.
We are proud to announce Intel® has named IMS Evolve as a Market Ready Solution, as we continue to deliver tangible business value and rapid ROI for some of the world’s largest retailers.
IMS Evolve is developing an innovative Demand Side Response solution for food retailers that will balance supply and demand, in order to both stabilise and optimise the National Grid.
We are delighted to announce IMS Evolve is working in partnership with Dell Technologies to leverage the power of its Machine Integration Engine, as part of the award-winning Dell Technologies IoT Solution Partner Program.
Meet Technical Author, Philip Couchman, as we continue our blog series, Inside IMS.
Today, the world grows enough food to feed twelve billion people – far in excess of the seven billion population – yet more than one billion are underfed. The UN estimates that, on this current path of food consumption and waste, by 2050 we will reach a tipping point, and in order to avert it, food waste per capita must be halved in just 12 years.