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Up for a challenge

We are willing to take on unique projects with intricacies and challenges others may shy away from. Due to having successfully done a range of exceptional jobs involving technological solutions for notable organisations – we have decided to offer this as a service, titled – ‘Impossible Jobs’ – executing the jobs others cannot.

Below are some examples of Impossible Jobs we have done.

Ultra-Secure CMS

BAE Systems

BAE Systems Applied Intelligence helps nations, governments, and businesses worldwide defend themselves against cybercrime, reduce their risk in the connected world, comply with regulation, and transform their operations. The organisation is a well-known target from other nation-states, hacktivists, and organised criminal groups.

We custom built a secure content management system and bulletproof hosting architecture to withstand a constant barrage of sophisticated cyber-attacks. We solved the problem through multiple levels of advanced web application firewalls, application security controls and bi-weekly penetration tests.

Digital Rights Management


TomTom is a leading independent geolocation technology specialist.

The first TomTom sat-nav became one of the fastest-selling consumer technology devices in history, making their name synonymous with navigation.

Our mission was to implement a sophisticated Digital Rights Management e-commerce platform to manage TomTom Navigation Voices’ secure distribution. We helped deliver voices to millions of users, offering celebrity voices of Snoop Dog through to Darth Vader, all encrypted and locked to the end-user device.

High Traffic WordPress

Dragons Den

Dragons Den gives budding entrepreneurs three minutes to pitch their business ideas to five multimillionaires who are willing to invest their own cash for a percentage of the business.

We’ve built-up quite a reputation in helping businesses that appear on the show by giving them hosting architectures that can cope with the demand of visitors prior to the shows being aired. This mission impossible task was to design a cost-effective solution that scales the hosting architecture depending on the demand, then automatically reduces capacity as the traffic levels demise. Website crashes, delivery and up-time issues are avoided as a result.

High Profile, Short Time-Frame

Unite Against City

In September 2011, Manchester City Football Club revealed plans to build a sizeable footballing academy adjacent to its Etihad Stadium, which would house a 7,000-seat youth stadium and 17 pitches. In conjunction with Manchester City Council, the club had entered an application for a Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO) on the land owned by Shaun O’Brien of OB Truck Services, who was a Manchester United fan.

Our mission was to help develop and launch a high profile; high traffic e-commerce platform designed to allow the owner to sell off small plots opposite Manchester City’s ground to protest the club’s expansion. The plan was to sell off 5,000 1 sq ft (0.09 sq m) plots – at £250. The project also had a time constraint and needed completing within five days to allow the website to gain as much traction and publicity as possible.

Impossible Jobs