By Iain Gilbert
Date: Thursday 20 Sep 2018
LONDON (ShareCast) - (Sharecast News) - Crimson Tide has successfully inked a number of new contracts across the Middle East and the US.
The smart mobility provider signed its first subscription agreements in the Middle East with two unnamed clients, both of which will be completing maintenance, engineering, and health and safety workflows on its mpro5 product.
Crimson said it remained hopeful that more wins will come from the region after making the move to hire Zyldxian Pereira as its sales executive in the Middle East.
The AIM-listed outfit also won a contract with a $20bn-revenue US pharmaceutical company to provide a patient portal for one of its ground-breaking anti-cholesterol drugs.
Sam Roberts has also agreed to re-join the company as director of enterprise sales after leaving the firm to join Samsung, where he headed up the electronics giant's sales relationship with O2.
Executive chairman Barrie Whipp said: "It is very encouraging to win these new contracts, which demonstrate mpro5's capabilities in exciting areas. We are also happy to add to our sales team and I am extremely pleased to welcome Sam back to Crimson Tide."
As of 0835 BST, Crimson Tide shares had shot up 17.25% to 2.99p.
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