With companies registered in the UK, Australia and New Zealand, IMSL understands the huge potential that harnessing the power of quality, timely, and actionable intelligence can bring to your organisation. We also know that delivering effective intelligence is a complicated business – that’s why we’ve made it our business.
In addition to our tailored training services, we are now providing simple online booking for a range of research, intelligence and analysis related courses through the IMSL School. Just choose from the set menu of scheduled, fixed price courses; book your place through this website; and receive professional training at our dedicated UK School.
If you are not based in the UK then contact us to discuss your requirements.
We work with the public sector and community services, enabling them to get the most from data to deliver cost effective results.
We work with private sector organisations to drive efficiency, provide decision support, monitor risks, engage on enhanced due diligence and tackle challenges such as money laundering and fraud.
We are actively involved with law enforcement, government and military bodies across the world who trust and value our expertise, experience, and professionalism.
Our core purpose is to help you move rapidly from data, to options, to confident and informed decisions.
We deliver intelligence expertise, training and support to multiple sectors – including commercial organisations, financial institutions, insurers, military, law enforcement, government, public and community services – so we appreciate that the customers’ requirements are always unique.
Our team of intelligence professionals have extensive domain expertise, and are dedicated to working with you to deliver products and services tailored to you needs.
Visit our services page for details of the scope of capability we offer, but if your requirements need something different then please get in touch – we thrive on challenges!
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T: +44 (0) 1793 784579
115 Pitt Street
5 William Laurie Place
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