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AI – Sentiment Analysis

Want to know the secret to customer satisfaction and maintaining a great reputation online?… It all starts with Sentiment Analysis. Usually, when people see the words Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Sentiment Analysis, one of two things happens: their eyes glaze over because they’re not “technology-minded” so this is simply ‘not relevant’, or they turn…

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Life After Lockdown

As lockdown conditions and social distancing regulations continue to change across the UK, we’ve seen a rapid shift and dependence on technology in all settings. From working from home and virtual meetings, to office integration and fever scanners upon entry, to restaurant apps and no more bar queues(!) – this year has seen the prolific…

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The Wonder of Artificial Intelligence

In our increasingly digitised world, almost every article you read about technology mentions either Artificial Intelligence or Machine Learning (or both) – and the rumours surrounding these tech advancements can make them sound quite intimidating. Conversations around facial and voice recognition or self-driving cars can seem other-worldly, threatening our privacy and independence. But the reality…

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Virtual Meetings Get Real

Right now, thousands of companies that were previously dubious about remote working, believing it would negatively impact their productivity, are now discovering a whole new world of futuristic possibilities. With a new focus on working from home, exciting software developments like Zoom and Microsoft Teams have rapidly become the crutch that the nation relies upon…

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Connecting and Collaborating with the Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT)

At the start of 2020, digital transformation and the Internet of Things were on the agenda for many companies. But, over the past few months, as the UK went into lockdown practically overnight, automated workflows and smart technology became much more than a futuristic concept. We suddenly found ourselves in a world that’s increasingly reliant…

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Offices of the Future

When the Coronavirus outbreak hit England in March the entire nation was sent into lockdown and many of us struggled to adapt to working from home. However, Zoom calls quickly became the norm and we all settled into a new routine and work-life balance. So, how do we now return to ‘normal’ office life, and…

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The New ‘Night Out’

This weekend pubs and restaurants across England will be re-opening for the first time since March. While many of us have missed a nice cold beer with friends, the thought of having to comply with strict rules and regulations will be enough to put many off going out. As you might expect, we have come…

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UK regional data now on our COVID heatmap

Bespoke software development takes many forms. With the current COVID-19 situation, we have utilised data from a number of sources to build a global and UK-wide picture of the pandemic. Interesting in itself, of course, but also illustrative of our approach to software development in that it shows how we can take data and present…

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Daily Covid-19 Pandemic Heatmap

We have created this visual to provide an up-to-date view of the global spread and growth of COVID-19. It’s a prime example of how we can extract data and present it in a user-friendly format to create useful information upon which to base judgements and decisions. Whilst this visual relates to Coronavirus, we develop these…

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