Mumbai, Oct. 15: Two Scottish firms today entered into separate agreements with local firms in a move that is expected to boost business ties between India and Scotland.
Technology companies Dryden Aqua and this-tel today entered into strategic pacts that will help to improve the supply of clean drinking water across India and improve patient care in Indian hospitals.
Edinburgh-based Dryden Aqua will work with Indian firm SVS Aqua to deploy its water cleaning technology across remote parts of India.
Elsewhere, Perthshire-based company this-tel entered into a new distribution agreement with Hyderabad-based IT company Crane Global Solutions Ltd for its digital pen and forms products that scan information written by the user and transmit it to a central server.
The technology will initially be sold to the Indian healthcare sector following a successful trial of 50 pens being used in a cancer hospital in Hyderabad.