The company said through its new partner channel it had won a contract from Arriva UK Trains subsidiary Chiltern Railways for its mpro5 business solution to provide mobile auditing for train presentation.
Another subscriber agreement had also been signed with Northern Rail for mpro5 to assist with staff management and station presentation.
Crimson said the full value of the contracts amounted to nearly £250,000 and represented “a step forward in our engagement with the Rail and Transport industry”.
Barrie Whipp, executive chairman of Crimson Tide, said: "Following the development of our relationship with our partners we have entered another vertical market where mpro5 can deliver value and measurable ROI. With an expanding channel strategy we are able to get mpro5 in front of the right people, in the right context at the right time".
Shares were up 9.6% at 2.8p.