Sigma Seven, the Edinburgh technology company, has completed the first of two phases of a “significant” contract with English utility South East Water.
The firm has developed technology that brings data together from a number of sources, allowing field workers to access files, organise tasks and record information directly onto digital maps, either on a tablet or laptop.
It is understood that some of the UK’s largest technology businesses tendered for the three-year contract, which is worth some £350,000.
Sigma Seven boss Paul Reid said: “We have now delivered the system for final testing. The final phase of the project will take place later this year.”