Urgent: empowering facilities managers.
We help FMs to solve everyday challenges, and empower them to achieve their strategic goals.
We do this by harnessing our industry expertise to help clients get the most from our powerful asset management technology. This generates value for our client stakeholders, while improving the environments in which people work, shop and live.
- Managing over 30,000 sites in 34 countries
- Managing annual maintenance spend of over £500 million
- ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 27001 certification (IMSM UK)
- Active IWFM members (formerly BIFM)
Yet, much as we love to talk about our cutting-edge technology, it’s what it does for the people and organisations that use it that matters. We’re all about providing insight, solving problems and generating value for our clients.
Urgent and Statseeker - both Techniche products - help organisations get the most from their assets and networks by effectively managing performance.
Techniche is a global business technology company based in Brisbane, Australia. Originally founded in 1985 as a technology investment company, Techniche has been listed on the Australian Securities Exchange since 1987, and is now a technology innovation organisation, operating in Europe, North America, Australia and Asia.
Our two current branded products are Urgent, and Statseeker, an end-to-end network monitoring solution. Both technologies help organisations get the most from their assets and networks by effectively managing performance.
Statseeker is an agnostic and predictive network monitoring solution for increasing network performance, reducing downtime and enhancing business productivity.
It's scalable, fast and flexible, delivering real-time results from a minimal server footprint. It can monitor networks of any size, collecting telemetry data such as SNMP and ping, NetFlow (sFlow and Jflow), Syslog and trap messages; as well SDN configuration and health metrics.
Active in over 22 countries, many Fortune 100 firms rely on Statseeker as an integral part of their day-to-day operations.