Tom Norland, managing director of the PTC UK operation said: "We continue to invest in Aberdeen on the back of significant North Sea basin activity — operators of all scales are investing in technology to secure asset integrity and maximise recovery offshore."
The Norwegian-owned company has increased turnover from £1m to £8m in the last three years.
With around 30 employees, it also sees scope to win increased business overseas in areas like North America and the Middle East.
A study by accountancy giant Ernst & Young published last week found the oil services sector generated £35bn revenues for the UK in 2012. Around half the 1600 UK-registered firms were based in Scotland.