One Platform For Your
Building Information Needs
From developing your golden thread, to managing operations and maintenance with quality O&M and BIM data, Operance helps you get more from your information.
How It Started
With a passion for digitising the construction and property industry, our founders Ian Yeo and Scott Pilgrim set up at the Centre for Digital Innovation [C4DI] in order to collaborate with game developers, UX/UI designers, server architects and more. It was here that they began collaborating with Tim Mutlow.
Together, Ian, Scott and Tim began focussing on a growing client problem; the inability to store, search, update and utilise building information. They got to work on developing Operance, a mobile-first digital operations and maintenance (O&M) application, empowering facility managers and building owners to manage their facilities and reduce the cost of building ownership.
A Universal Solution To A Universal Problem
Think about your own home; where do you keep your mortgage documents, boiler instructions, insurance documents, oven warranty, energy performance certificate and purchase receipts; not to mention the product specifications and manufacturer details of every component, fixture and fitting?
Now think about that in the same context for large education, healthcare, commercial and industrial estates. The problem is the same, just bigger!
As experienced construction and property professionals and home owners, our founders became increasingly frustrated at the inability to store, search, update and utilise building information, so they set about creating a solution!
Best Digital Start-Up
Best Digital Business
Top 3 Innovative Company
Top 50 Exciting Companies
Business Person of the Year
Building culture, reflecting on success and shaping the future of construction – Operance Retreat 2023
Our Operance Company Retreat 2023 brought together everyone in the company for two-days of networking, discussions and workshops.
Operance Triumphs at Building Innovation Awards 2023: Celebrating Collective Success in the Pursuit of Excellence
Last night marked a momentous occasion for Operance as we graced the Building Innovation Awards 2023 in Manchester.
As part of the new Building Safety Act 2022, higher-risk buildings (HRBs) must be registered with the Building Safety Regulator, along with the submission of Key Building Information.