Critical Software was awarded by the Data Communications Company (DCC), an entity designated by the United Kingdom as responsible for building and maintaining the secure infrastructure for the implementation of the program in the Energy sector. The Partnership Award was attributed for its alignment and respective demonstration of the fundamental values of this organization, referred to in the statement. This is the second consecutive year that the Critical Software award has been awarded.
The company has been operating in the UK for 15 years and has also announced a 50% expansion of its Southampton office with themes related to the history of the Portuguese multinational, focusing in particular on the fact that NASA was its first client at the time. of the creation of Critical Software in Portugal, in 1998.
In addition to the Energy sector, the team has developed projects in the areas of Mobility, Defense and Aerospace, whose performance has also led its growth and driven the need for expansion.
In the statement said that both achievements follow the performance of the Portuguese company in the infrastructure implementation program that will support around 53 million smart meters. This is considered one of the largest infrastructure programs in British territory since the Second World War and in which Portuguese technology is developing, testing and validating software.