iPEGS Ltd is excited to announce a new digital project with Dee Valley Water PLC.
iPEGS is a mobile app development company based in Chester who specialise in form building solutions. The current iPEGS App for tablets has had over 20,000 downloads, in over 100 countries worldwide. Dee Valley Water PLC based in Wrexham is a water only supply company. The area of supply covers 831 square kilometres in North East Wales and the North West of England.
Ian Plenderleith, Chief Executive for Dee Valley Water said:
“The iPEGS platform is ideal for our organisation – it will allow us to make a seamless transition away from paper-based form filling with the aim of improving the quality of data, increasing operational efficiency and speeding up the many processes that our employees have to complete on a daily basis. I am extremely impressed with the iPEGS system and we are excited to be working with a local company.”
Dee Valley Water will initially use the iPEGS Enterprise App and Web based system to enable a quick rollout of key documents throughout the business. During this time iPEGS will start to develop Dee Valley's own version of the App and administration system, to enable detailed and automated reporting on the data that is being collected by a wide range of departments within the organization.
Adam Leese, Director for iPEGS said:
“We are extremely proud to be working with such an historic local company. Implementing iPEGS across so many departments is a big project and one that we will see significant improvements and savings from. There is real enthusiasm and excitement from the team at Dee Valley in utilising iPEGS and this will only help to accelerate the future of mobile technology within this forward thinking organisation.”
iPEGS enterprise customers also include Serco, Cambridge College, Wigan Council and Solihull College to name a few.
For more information about iPEGS please contact:
Lowri Thomas Tel: 01244 560717 / 07792274411
Press release distributed by Pressat on behalf of iPEGS Ltd, on Monday 25 January, 2016. For more information subscribe and follow http://www.pressat.co.uk/