Urgent Technology appoints Paul Djuric as new Chief Executive
Urgent Technology, the global facilities maintenance and asset management software provider, today announces that former operations manager, Paul Djuric, has been appointed chief executive officer (CEO) with immediate effect.
Djuric joined Urgent Technology in 2014, bringing over eight years’ experience of the FM software and services industry to the business. Since then Djuric has played a pivotal role in the growth and success of the organisation, managing Urgent Technology’s operations division and its UK head office, and contributing to the expansion of the company’s business interests both in the UK and internationally.
This promotion reflects the company’s focus on driving innovation in order revolutionise the way the maintenance industry connects. Djuric will work with the team to shape, lead and futureproof Urgent Technology’s offering, while growing the CAFM provider’s footprint in its key markets.
Paul Djuric, CEO, said: “I remain as excited today by Urgent Technology’s future as I was the day I joined the company. We have a fantastic team and an extremely strong product which I believe will help transform the way FM delivers business value.”
Urgent Technology is owned by Techniche Ltd.
“Since joining Urgent Technology, Paul has clearly demonstrated his value to the business. We are very pleased to have Paul to guide the company through its next stage of development and growth,” said Karl Jacoby, Executive Chairman, Techniche Ltd.