Our company develops software that enables people & teams to get work done by providing tailored Business Websites and Software.
We have worked with NHS Trusts, local Councils, FTSE 100 companies, local businesses and startups. We are based in Nottingham, East Midlands and have been trading since 2002.
"Interkonect are great to work with, they understand your vision for a website and take it to the next level."
The Department of Health white paper 'Our health, our care, our say' made a commitment to improving access to appropriate information for people with health or social care needs.
It stated, 'We propose that services give all people with long-term health and social care needs and their carers an 'information prescription'.
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We provide an online project management tool to provide a central point of communication and project visibility for the people we work with.
Kris, lead programmer at Interkonect, recently took part in a Q&A for the Impartica IT Training Instructors blog. He was probed about his web development career, why he chooses to develop using the RubyOnRails framework and what developers can expect from the recent partnership with Impartica IT Training.
The courses run on consecutive days and are complimentary.
We are looking for the right person to join our development team.
Your personal qualities are more important than the tools and language you have experience with.
We will be providing technical training for website developers across the East Midlands.
Enrolments are now being taken for our first RubyOnRails Training event at the EMCC
We have had two students over on work experience from the Djanogly Academy in Nottingham which specialises in Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
We let the two students get hands-ons during the various stages of designing & deploying a website. They had a direct influence on the final layout and logo.
During 2006 Interkonect contributed to the design of the Digital Media Design top-up degree at New College Nottingham, which is validated by Nottingham Trent University. Kris Leech offered advice and guidance in the development of the curriculum based on forecast trends in the industry and desirable graduate profiles.
In 2007, Interkonect tendered a real-time brief to this new degree programme, for each student on the course gets to work on a brief set by a representative of the creative sector. As part of Interkonect's ongoing commitment to education in the region, a third year multimedia student was asked to redevelop the Interkonect website during this live project.
The student in question is now employed within the private sector. Based on his achievements during the programme, and on a strong final show, he is now a commercial web designer.