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Market Overview: Real Estate, Energy and Facilities Information Management

Date: 21 December 2016

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Today, the market for real estate, energy and facilities information management (REEFIM) solutions is entering an exciting new phase marked by a further convergence of solutions, a slew of M&A activity, new entrants and technology advances. This is enabling leading real estate and facilities software solutions to become even broader and drive greater performance in areas such as condition-based asset management and occupant well-being. This report provides software executives and buyers with an overview of the changing market dynamics across customer demand, technology factors and software vendor strategies. This report will inform the decisions of C-level executives at software suppliers, facilities management and real estate services firms who own the innovation and strategy agenda and product roadmap for information management. The report also outlines four critical questions REEFIM software vendors should ask themselves in order to evaluate their go-to-market strategies.


Market Overview: Real Estate, Energy and Facilities Information Management
Software and Real Estate Solutions Executives Need To Plan For A Changing Market

Introducing The Real Estate, Energy and Facilities Information Management Market
The REEFIM Market Is Comprised Of Point Solutions And Enterprise-Scale Platforms

REEFIM Solutions Get Broader As They Look To Manage The Full Facilities Life Cycle
Customer Look To Manage A Broader Scope Via Software Platforms
Cheaper Sensors Drive Software Vendors To Incorporate More Operational Data Into Platforms
Major Players Are Deploying Private Equity Capital Into Functionality And Acquisitions

Software Vendors’ Strategies Need To Answer Four Critical Questions


Figure 1. Data Input And Key Functionality For Major REEFIM Software Categories
Figure 2. Software Applications Range In Depth And Breadth In The REEFIM Market
Figure 3. Customer Profiles For Major REEFIM Software Categories
Figure 4. Software Vendors Are Collecting More Granular Data On Building Performance
Figure 5. Summary Of The Evolution In Supplier Propositions In The REEFIM Market 1980-2020
Figure 6. Vendors Are Converging To Manage Building Portfolios Across Real Estate, Energy And Facilities


Accruent, Ahold USA, All Property Management, Amazon, Ameresco, Arby’s Restaurant Group, ARCHIBUS, ARGUS, Armtec Infrastructure, AssetWorks, Asure, Axxerion, BidEnergy, Bigfoot, Buildium, Cactus Drilling Company, Cheniere Energy, Condeco Software, Demand Logic, DEXMA, digitalenergy, Dude Solutions, Ecova, Eindhoven University of Technology, eMaint, EnergyDeck, Enerliance, EnerNOC, Engica, Envizi, Flight Centre, Flywheel (formerly SCIenergy), Ford Motor Company, Four Rivers Software Systems, FSI, Gasunie Transport Services, Genstar Capital, Goodman, GPT, Graphisoft, GRESB, HCAP Partners, Highland Europe, Hippo CMMS, Honeywell, IBM, Indus Systems, Interserve, Intersteller, ISS, Jones Lang LaSalle, Knight Frank Research, KPMG, Limerick Institute of Technology, Louisiana Property Assistance Agency, Louisiana State University, Lucernex, Macquarie Bank, Main Capital, McLaren Software, MCS, Mobiess, Nokia, Planon, Proliphix, Qube, RealPage, Schneider Electric, Scottish Water, Serraview, Service Works, Siemens Building Technologies, SiteFM, SPECTRA, Sumeru Equity Partners, Telstra, Trackplan, Trimble, Tririga, Verisae, ViryaNet, Yardi