Welcome to the Likvod Systems Ltd Web site. Our goal is to provide you with useful information about our company that we hope makes it easier for you to do business with us.
Likvod Systems Ltd has been serving the Water Industry since 1995, and also assists small businesses. For the Water Industry, we provide tailor-made software solutions in a number of areas, including human-machine interfaces, process control software, and protocol conversion. For small businesses, we have provided database design and data extraction services.
We hope that this site will enable you to discover ways in which we at Likvod Systems could assist you in achieving your goals. If you have ever thought that there must be a simple solution to what appears to be a complex problem, we just may be able to help you find it.
Feel free to browse around this site. If you have comments or questions about our products or services, or simply need more information and want to contact us, details of how to do so can be found on the contact page.
Thanks for visiting our site and we look forward to serving you.
Likvod Systems Ltd have been providing quality software solutions since our founding in 1995. Whether you are looking for a Human-Machine Interface, a Machine-Machine Interface, or simply some process control or a database, we delight in providing solutions of a high quality, with excellent follow-on support as you start to use the software or system. We have built up long-standing relationships with a number of customers, as a result of this commitment to innovation and quality.
Bob Evens is the Managing Director of Likvod Systems Ltd, and also serves as its principal engineer. He has a wide base of experience, having studied electrical engineering at Bristol University, and worked for a major supplier of Telemetry systems for twelve years. He programs in Delphi, Pascal, Sercal, Assembler and the odd bit of C and C++. He is also a qualified psychiatric nurse, and leads a local church congregation in Worksop.
Rosemary Evens has served as part-time secretary since 1995. She also ran the York House Yardsale for several years, a resource to the local community, providing second-hand goods, cups of coffee and a listening ear to many of the people who live on the fringes of society (and those who just like a good bargain!)