Critchlow is a leading New Zealand privately-owned geospatial services and emergency management consultancy, with an associated range of skills, experiences and competencies.
Since 1991, we’ve been offering proven GIS solutions to government and the commercial sector in New Zealand, Australia and the South Pacific. In 2003, we added emergency management to our offering and became the first and only reseller of WebEOC in Australasia.
Operating with our ISO 9001:2008 accreditation from our offices in Wellington and Perth we currently have around 30 staff and continue to grow.
Partnering with world-class solution providers, we enable organisations to see, share and understand information so they make the best business and operational decisions.
With some of the most experienced industry consultants in New Zealand (many with international experience) and global leading software partners including Pitney Bowes, Intermedix, Whispir, and SungardAS, we assist clients to better manage their business/operations through location-based insights.
Our reputation has been earned for professionalism, excellence, quality, technical innovation and ROI-based solutions. Critchlow specialises in solving problems in the following areas, among many others:
Critchlow offers GIS data, GIS and Emergency Management software and professional services to help organisations leverage their information for better insight into their organisation’s performance. In addition to producing our own market-leading information solutions like NationalMap, we also offer technologies from Pitney Bowes Software (MapInfo location Intelligence solutions), Intermedix (Emergency Management), Whispir (Notification), Safe Software (spatial data management), Sungard (Business Continuity) and many other industry leaders.
Don’t take our word for it, our customers include some of New Zealand’s largest organisations: government departments, household names in the retail sector, utilities, telecommunications companies, insurance, engineering, transport and logistics specialists, and local authorities.