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Facilities Optimization Management Emerges As A New Vision For Optimizing Building Portfolios

Date: 20 July 2016

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This report provides facilities directors, real estate leaders, heads of energy and maintenance with an introduction to Verdantix coverage of Facilities Optimization Management (FOM). Verdantix research with building owners and interviews with over 30 software vendors, facilities management providers and real estate advisers indicate that the FOM market is taking shape in multiple guises. Potential customers such as facilities directors and heads of real estate should consider the FOM vision as something that builds on existing investments in smart buildings, building controls, metering, energy efficiency programmes, lease management systems, computerized maintenance and management systems, outsourced facilities contracts and integrated workplace management software.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Facilities Optimization Management Emerges As A New Vision For Optimizing Building Portfolios
FOM Pulls Together Multiple Value Propositions Into A Bigger, Integrated Vision
An Entire Ecosystem Of Software Vendors, Facilities Managers And Real Estate Advisors Converge On The FOM Vision
To Succeed, FOM Advocates Must Hook The Technical Facilities Team As Well As The Finance-Oriented Real Estate Team

TABLE OF FIGURES

Figure 1. Facilities Optimization Management

ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED

Blue Folder, Capgemini, CarbonCare, CBRE, Cushman & Wakefield, Cyient, Deloitte, Dude Solutions, Elster, EnergyICT, EnerNOC, Envizi, EY, Franke, Global Services, Gridpoint, Honeywell, IBM, ISS, JLL, KONE, Maintenance Connection, Marlin Equity Partners, MITIE, Real Asset Management, Schneider Electric, Siemens, TFC Utilities, Utilyx, Verisae, ViryaNet, WeWork, WorkOasis