SAN DIEGO — April 30th, 2019: Techniche Limited. (ASX:TCN), a global technology company, today confirmed the appointment of Tom Caldwell to the position of Chief Technology Officer, effective immediately. He will also lead the Techniche global engineering team which support the Statseeker and Urgent platforms.
Statseeker is a leading provider of highly scalable network management solutions and Urgent delivers a SaaS cloud asset management solution. Both technologies have a proven track record in delivering solutions to some of the largest global Fortune 100 enterprise companies in the world.
Caldwell is a seasoned networking and software industry executive with a track record of innovation and building software businesses at Cisco, Microsoft, Rockwell and other leading technology companies. Tom has also founded and led a number of successful startups that focused on bringing new innovation to market including technology areas such as distributed cloud computing architectures, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and large scale SaaS software services. Prior to joining Techniche, his startup named CyberFlow Analytics, was acquired by Webroot where in the transition he served as senior director of engineering. Previous to that Tom served in a series of executive engineering roles at Cisco from January 2000 until March 2011.
“Tom brings a wealth of experience and knowledge that will be instrumental in ensuring the successful delivery of our future software technology platforms and solutions to create new market opportunities” said Karl Jacoby, Techniche Chairman and CEO. “His leadership in AI and scalable Cloud Software Architectures will help us drive a new vision that is transformational in how our customers manage and monitor their critical assets, including IoT”
A native of California, Caldwell has a master’s degree in computer science from California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo (Cal Poly).
“This is an incredibly important time in the evolution of how IoT assets, especially those attached to physical infrastructure are being managed by global enterprises, with many changes on the horizon being driven by cognitive AI technology,” said Caldwell. “I’m excited to join Techniche, including Statseeker and Urgent Technologies because the portfolio of software companies has a well-earned reputation among its customers for scale and quality, a reputation that makes it possible for Techniche to expand in new technology directions.
About Techniche: Techniche Limited (ASX: TCN) is a listed software company headquartered in Brisbane, Australia. We are building a new platform utilising our asset management and network management applications that addresses the need to manage the increasing amount of IP enable operational assets (OT) on a network, particularly in light industry, where asset reliability and availability is critical. Techniche has offices in San Diego, USA, Milton Keynes, UK and Brisbane, Australia as well as support teams across the globe. www.tcnglobal.net
About Statseeker: Statseeker is a productive, scalable, fast and flexible network monitoring solution that delivers real time results while using minimal hardware. We believe a network monitoring tool should stand alone, requiring little to no management. Why should you have to monitor your network monitor?
Statseeker was developed by network engineers who understood the importance of proactive monitoring. Pioneering the first network monitoring solution available, we have continued to grow and support businesses big and small. With active deployments in over 22 countries, many Fortune 100 firms consider Statseeker an integral part of their day to day operations. www.statseeker.com
About Urgent: Urgent grown rapidly since its foundation in 1997, and today our software is used in over 30,000 locations, in 27 countries across Europe, North America, Africa and Australasia.
We work with companies in a variety of sectors, including retail, healthcare and hospitality. There are currently more than 40,000 contractors utilising our software. www.urgtech.com
Mary Schmidt-Krebs, APR