Crimson Tide wins three new contracts worth 130K pounds

Crimson Tide, the AIM-listed developer of mobile business solutions, has been awarded three new contracts with contract cleaning company Integrated Cleaning Management (ICM), multi-service provider NIC Services Group and property management services provider Wing's Technical Services.

Crimson Tide, the AIM-listed developer of mobile business solutions, has been awarded three new contracts with contract cleaning company Integrated Cleaning Management (ICM), multi-service provider NIC Services Group and property management services provider Wing's Technical Services.

In a trading update issued on Thursday, the company said that the total of the 36 month mpro5 contracts amounted to £130,000 worth of contracted revenue for the company.

mpro5 is the name of Crimson Tide's latest version of mobile business solutions software. The software enables individuals and companies to schedule jobs, create alerts and make reports electronically.

Barrie Whipp, Executive Chairman of Crimson Tide, said: "We are delighted to welcome NIC and Wing's to our mpro client base. We hope to enhance the services they offer to their blue chip client bases. ICM is one of our largest, and most loyal customers, and we are particularly proud of the partnership we have built with their staff".

Crimson Tide's share price was up 3.85% to 1.35p at 11:19 on Thursday.

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