Glasgow and Aberdeen-based Encode Software Solutions, a Microsoft software consultancy, has been awarded contracts by leading construction and energy companies worth £350,000.
Combined deals worth £150,000, to migrate to Encode’s Microsoft Dynamic Foundations software, were awarded by Dawn construction, Leiths (Scotland) Ltd and Williaam Cox.
Encode was awarded further contracts by Glasgow-based building services company, Emtec Group, and Livingston-based electrical wholesalers Alex Nangle Electrical, both also for the transfer of business management solutions to Encode’s construction solution.
Axiom Process, manufacturer and supplier of equipment to the upstream oil and gas industry, has also appointed Encode to transfer its systems to oil and gas industry-specific software, Encode Dynamic Platform.
Mike Mc Leish, director, Encode said: “We are thrilled to have made such an impact on the construction and energy sectors with our tailor-made business management solutions.
“These wins reflect the need for our Microsoft Dynamic products which enable managers to keep a close eye on all business activity at the touch of a button, from staff movements to stock checks to financials.
“I believe that the key to our success has been consulting with our clients to find out what they really need and then tailoring our software to their precise requirements. This allows them to access an integrated dashboard displaying key business information in real-time. It saves time and money and is easy to use.”
Encode Software Solutions is an Escape Group company with offices in Aberdeen and Glasgow and is a specialist in Microsoft Dynamics NAV for the construction and oil and gas sectors.