• FM Ireland will be held on the 6-7 March 2018

Crimson Tide

Stand: D16
+353 (0) 14693728

The company was founded by Barrie Whipp in 1996, originally specialising in telecoms and the development of CRM solutions. It was in 2004 that Crimson Tide established and launched its mpro mobile business solutions, which have now become the company’s sole focus. Crimson Tide has registered offices in the UK and Ireland and the company is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner.

Crimson Tide as a public limited company

On 22nd August 2006  Crimson Tide plc (UK:TIDE) floated on the AIM market of the London stock exchange by way of a reverse takeover of A. Cohen & Co. Plc. Crimson Tide is a public limited company.

What are mpro mobile business solutions?

mpro is Smart Mobile Working as a Service and includes all of the following features & services on an affordable monthly subscription basis:

  • The hardware (smartphone/PDA/tablet)
  • The mpro software
  • Job scheduling, alerting & reporting
  • Windows Azure cloud infrastructure (meaning no internal infrastructure required by clients)
  • Installation & support

What do mpro mobile solutions aim to achieve for businesses?

mpro aims to improve the efficiency of staff working & capturing data out in the field (whether that it an engineer or a nurse) while simultaneously offering the company an immediate return on investment.

Crimson Tide’s aims and values:

The company’s values are reflected in all employees and can be summarised under the following headings:

  • Partnership – We value customers and suppliers who treat us as equals. We will give our very best efforts to these organisations.
  • Dynamism – We embrace technology and change. We seek to always grow our knowledge for the benefit of ourselves and our partners, and to provide a world-class service.
  • Teamwork – We seek a happy, motivated team who enjoy being part of the crimson tide family – a team that serves our customers with integrity and skill, always.


3013 Lake Drive
Citywest Campus
Dublin 24

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