In 2018, IMQS users will not only be working with some of the best infrastructure asset management software around, but be greeted by a brand new look and feel in line with the IMQS corporate identity. Read further to see what IMQS has in store for you!
INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE: ENHANCING VALUE THROUGH DESIGN
IMQS builds software products to help municipal engineers, financial managers and technicians improve in their daily work.
By assisting these public servants, IMQS hopes to contribute to overcoming the myriad challenges to service delivery faced by public institutions across the developing world.
Great software is built on the back of clean crafted code and the seamless integration of user-friendly functionality. While these elements remain the cornerstone of the IMQS product-base, they moreover need to be presented on a clean user interface.
Great front-end design adds real value by enhancing user experience.
PROJECT SPRUCE: AN INFRASTRUCTURE SOFTWARE EXPERIENCE
At IMQS, Project Spruce refers to the work done by our team of expert User Experience technicians. These creatives apply their minds to the problem of enhancing the way users see, interact with and ultimately experience IMQS as an interactive platform.
“At IMQS”, explains Head of Marketing Erick Underhill, “we strive to build software products with an emphasis on functionality and ease of use”. “Great software is, however, not only built on the back of clean crafted code or the seamless integration of user friendly functionality. Great software products should offer users a complete experience. This experience should incorporate great front-end design, and this is what Project Spruce has brought to IMQS Web”.
SO WHAT'S NEW WITH IMQS SOFTWARE?
In 2018 IMQS users will be greeted by a revamped IMQS Web interface, redesigned to reflect the current IMQS corporate identity.
Users will be able to choose between a light or dark theme, depending on their own flavour. Moreover, IMQS Web will become fully white label. This means that partners will be able to easily graft their own corporate identity onto their front-end, including
General design principles set in their style guides