Specialist software design company C-SAM Ltd has crowned a move to a new HQ with contract wins valued at more than £250,000.
Aker Solutions have commissioned C-SAM to provide a competency and training scheduling system for its Dyce based operation. Bibby Offshore is being supplied with procurement and asset tracking facilities while Triton Group member, Dynamic Positioning Services, will use C-SAM software across its global network for asset tracking of its electric and hydraulic ROV fleet, rental equipment and tracking of personnel movement.
The fourth and largest contract is with Belgian-based GEMS International, a specialist in geotechnical engineering and marine surveys, which has commissioned a full business management system, including asset and people tracking and vessel management.
The Aberdeen-based software developer said the four new contracts would allow further expansion and justifies its decision to invest in larger premises at Graphix House in Altens.
C-SAM is an industry leader and innovator in providing asset management solutions to the oil and gas and construction industries. In recent years the company has made significant inroads in to the subsea and maritime market and anticipates further growth in these sectors.
C-SAM managing director, Theresa Wheeler, said, "It was a big decision to take on larger premises and extra expenditure but we have invested for the future and it is paying off already with these latest contract awards.
"Our focus has been on breaking in to the subsea and maritime sector as we believe our software systems are ideally suited to companies with varied assets spread across the world and this strategy is starting to pay dividends.
"Each of these four new clients is a significant player in their particular field and there is greater potential to work with them in other geographic locations once our systems are integrated and generating efficiencies.
"Our enlarged facilities give us the scope to increase staff numbers as well as onsite training provision for our clients."