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The information age

We asked a group of CAFM suppliers for their views on how CAFM software is developing to make facilities management easier and more efficient PAUL DJURIC CEO, URGENT TECHNOLOGY Automation is the key to the next big step-change in facilities ...

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Urgent Technology appoints new CEO

Urgent Technology, the global facilities maintenance and asset management software provider owned by Techniche Ltd, has appointed former Operations Manager, Paul Djuric, as its new Chief Executive Officer with immediate effect. Djuric joined Urgent Technology in 2014, bringing over eight ...

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A new white paper analyses how organisations can better protect themselves against cyber-attacks

Urgent Technology, a global facilities maintenance and asset management software provider, has published ‘Cyber-threat and the FM solution’, a white paper exploring the threats posed by cyber-security breaches. Cases of cyber-attacks and corporate espionage are on the rise, with notable high-profile ...

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Planning tomorrow’s care today

Paul Djuric, Operations Manager at Urgent Technology explains how facilities management can safeguard the future of care in an ageing world Recent research suggests that almost 90 per cent of local authorities in England will face a “crisis” in care ...

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Urgent Technology

Facilities Show – Facilities T830 Urgent Technology develops eMaintenance+, a web-based facilities and asset management platform. We understand the challenges faced by facilities managers. Our customers use eMaintenance+ to manage and measure reactive maintenance, supplier performance, equipment downtime, scheduled maintenance, ...

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Keeping score

Benchmarking has the potential to help organisations improve their business performance – but only if the right data is collected in the right way  Often hailed as a silver bullet to improve an organisation’s processes and profitability, benchmarking is yet ...

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