PMC provides web development to Ei Group, the largest pub company in the UK. Successfully updating Ei Group's web application and improving the overall user experience.
PMC helped Bravissimo grow their development portfolio by successfully delivering web development and testing services. Supporting Bravissimo to continue to deliver exceptional customer experience online and instore.
The PMC Testing team ensure flexibility, speed and quality for assured software development to PMC customer, The Health Lottery, a society lottery committed to tackling health inequality in Great Britain.
PMC provides Managed Service solutions for ISV retail customers, enabling ISVs to focus their own resources on the core business of developing software to solve retailer problems.
PMC helped Fitflop offer a great online customer experience, by successfully delivering automated testing services for the FitFlop website. Reducing business risk for Fitflop and keeping Fitflop customers happy!
The Health Lottery contracted PMC to handle all User Acceptance Testing across their retail terminals, host systems and web site.
Paperchase, the UK’s number one shopping destination for innovative and design-led stationary has launched their Treat Me reward card, developed by PMC.
SuperGroup is one of the UK’s leading retailers and, in Superdry, has created an iconic global fashion brand, synonymous with distinctive styling and quality.
Cavendish venues are a leading provider of training, conference, exhibition and meeting space, with 6 high-quality facilities across Central London.
Guess How Much! (GHM!), is a new discount retailer, setting up shop in retail parks around the country. Entering the discount market, GHM! aims to provide customer’s favourite brands at prices they love across food, general merchandise and clothing [via Pep & Co Fashion concessions within their stores].
VCA Technology is a Video Analytics company who have created a video analytics tool which provides best-of-breed analytical performance for retailers.
Carpetright commissioned retail systems experts PMC to carry out an independent usability study.
When La Senza parted company with the Ryman group in 2006, the separation agreement involved a two-year contract for Ryman to provide La Senza with a managed IT service.
It's accepted that software upgrades and new releases sometimes have bugs – what is difficult to discover is the critical impact of those bugs.
The project, which includes transactional web sites for both Carpetright and Sleepright started in January 2009 and will complete by the end of the year.