The story behind by KIMIK iT

When, why and how KIMIK iT started supporting Events and Games through Was Born

All the way from 2001 and up until today...

KIMIK iT & the Beginning of

The core team behind KIMIK iT has been working together for more than 20 years developing and supporting mission critical administrative and logistical software systems for government, local authorities, and public healthcare in Greenland.

The basis for was first laid out in 2001 when KIMIK iT took on the challenge of developing a professional set of administrative and logistical solutions for the Arctic Winter Games 2002 Host Society in Nuuk, Greenland.

No Time Like the Present

Since then, has been dynamically enhanced and developed, taking advantage of the latest technology and experience gained by providing the solution to a variety of clients.

Partners in Sports & Games has been chosen as the overall games enabling solution adopted by the Canada Games Council, the Arctic Winter Games International Committee, The Western Canada Summer Games, The Saskatchewan Games Council, and Sport Manitoba; handling everything from pre-games volunteer registration to post-games results.

The Team

The Team consists of a strong group of technical developers who are well-equipped in the current technologies and solutions that our clients need. Our Games consultants work closely and alongside our partners to support the games time procedures and communication plans - all in an effort to ensure a successful hosting experience for all involved parties!

The Team is continuously working on improving and expanding the system, as well as being involved with consultancy and special requests for all of our upcoming events. Go to our references page, to see an updated list of previous games as well as upcoming events.

Supporting Games and Events Through Technology

KIMIK iT is committed to continuing the development of its Games and Event Management Systems and to providing customers with a complete set of professional systems that have already proven themselves to suit the needs of a number of major multi-venue, multi- language, multi-sport assignments in Canada, USA, and Europe handling up to 35,000 participants and 7,500 volunteers and serving a daily average of 500,000 web pages to 40,000 Internet users.