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Acquisitions Spree Will Trigger A New Wave Of Deals In REEFIM Software

Date: 09 December 2016

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Acquisitions in the real estate, energy and facilities information management (REEFIM) market have been gathering pace in recent years: Verdantix estimates that total deal activity in this market has reached almost $1.8 billion over the past three years. This report analyses the major deals closed since 2014 and the consequences for market participants such as suppliers of integrated workplace management systems (IWMS), computerised maintenance and management systems (CMMS), computer-assisted facilities management (CAFM) and energy management software. An analysis of such deals shows that a dominant trend is the acquisition of point solutions by large software firms. A handful of software vendors are leading deal volumes to rapidly expand capabilities across the facilities management lifecycle and build client lists. The high level of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in REEFIM cannot be ignored by software executives, who will need to review their growth strategy to ensure they are not left behind.


Acquisitions Spree Will Trigger A New Wave Of Deals In Real Estate And Facilities Management Software
Software Vendors Are Broadening Their Value Propositions Through Acquisitions
The Pressure Is On Large IWMS Firms To Determine Their Strategy


Figure 1. Notable Acquisitions In The Real Estate, Energy and Facilities Management Market Since 2014


Accruent, All Property Management, Asure Software, Axxerion, Bellrock, BIGCenter, BRG, Buildium, Concerto, Condeco, CoR Advisors, Corrigo, CoWorkr, Dude Solutions, Enerliance, FM Systems, Four Rivers Software Systems, Gehry Technologies, Genstar Capital, HCAP Partners, Highland Europe, IBM, Intelex, JLL, Lease Cost Solutions Inc, Lucernex, Lyceum Capital, Main Capital, Mainspring Healthcare Solutions, Mangrove Employer Services, Manhattan Software, MAYBIM, MCS, Mobile 311, myVRM, Planon, Proliphix, Sefaira Ltd, SiteFM, Sumeru Equity Partners, SVS Innovations, Telog Instruments, Trimble, Verisae, Vianova Systems, Warburg Pincus, Windmill Software Inc, Yanzi Networks, Yardi