Real Estate And Building Management Software Market Size And Forecast 2017-2022 (Global)

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Executive Summary

This report helps strategy, product and marketing officers at firms providing real estate and building management software solutions to better understand the addressable market opportunity, define business development strategies and forecast future revenue growth potential. The analysis combines macroeconomic data, vendor revenues, segment-level drivers and customer budget changes across five functionality segments (property, real estate investment, maintenance, energy, and space management) and three regions globally. In 2018 the software market will be worth $4.9 billion, also underpinning a large tech services market. The software market encompasses property management, IWMS, CAFM, CMMS as well as energy management, real estate investment and space utilization solutions. The overall market will grow at an 11% CAGR to reach $7.4 billion in 2022, but with contrasting dynamics and growth rates in each product segment and region.

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Real Estate And Building Management Software Market Size & Forecast 2017-2022 (Global)

Global Spending On Software Solutions For Real Estate And Building Management Totals $4.9 Billion In 2018

The Addressable Market For Participants, Including Associated Services, Tops $8 Billion

Overall Software Market Expenditure Will Grow At A 11% CAGR To Reach $7.4 Billion By 2022

Analysis Identifies Key Sensitivities Influencing Spending On Real Estate And Building Management Software

Table of figures

Figure 1. Definitions Of The Five Market Segments
Figure 2. Software Functionality Mapped To Solution Categories
Figure 3-1. Key Macro Drivers Included In The Analysis
Figure 3-2. Key Segment-Level Drivers Included In The Analysis
Figure 4. Real Estate And Building Management Software Spend By Segment 2017-2022 ($m)
Figure 5. Real Estate And Building Management Software Spend By Region 2017-2022 ($m)
Figure 6. Real Estate And Building Management Software CAGR By Segment 2017-2022

Organisations mentioned

Accruent, Altus Group, Ameren, AppFolio, ARCHIBUS, ARGUS, Artis Energy, Asure Software, Automated Logic, Azbil, Axxerion, Bellrock, Bosch, Breathe Energy, Buildium, Causeway Technologies, CBRE, City of Boulder, City of Milford, Concerto, Condeco, CoStar, Cree, Cyclon, Danfoss, Delta Controls, Dubai Airports, Dynamo Software, Energy Profiles, EnerNOC, ENTOUCH, Envizi, essensys, EVA Receptionist, faciliCAD, Facilio, Facilitor, FacilitySource, FM:Systems, FSI, Gordon Bubolz Nature Preserve, Gymboree, HappyFox, Honeywell, Horizant, IMF, iSite, JLL, Johnson Controls, Juniper Square, Liberty Property Trust, Maintenance Connection, Mapiq, MCS Solutions, Microsoft, MRI, MSCI, NetHelpDesk, New York State Energy Research & Development Authority, NFS Tech Group, Optimaze, Optix, OSIsoft, Planon, Priva, Property Partner, Property Sidekick, Proxyclick, PwC, Qube Global Software, QuickBooks, Rapal, RCLCO, REI 360, RealData, RealPage, RealtyShares, REC Solar, RedstoneConnect, REIPro, ResMan, Rifiniti, Schneider Electric, Serraview, ServiceChannel, Siemens, Signify, Somfy, SpaceIQ, Styles&Wood, SWG, Switch Automation, Tango, Teem, TOPdesk, TOPS, Toys "R" Us, Ultimo Software Solutions, Vodafone, Yardi, Zoopla.

About the author

Susan Clarke

Principal Analyst

Susan is a Principal Analyst in the Verdantix Real Estate, Energy and Facilities Optimization Practice. Her current research agenda focuses on integrated solutions for real estate management and energy services. Susan has eight years of experience in technology research. She holds a MSc from the University of London in Sustainable Development.

Ibrahim Yate

Analyst

Ibrahim is an Analyst in the Real Estate, Energy and Facilities Optimization Practice. His current agenda covers innovation in software and hardware solutions for space management, workplace management, lighting and other building operations. Ibrahim joined Verdantix in 2016, and previously worked at OVO Energy and the Energy Saving Trust. Ibrahim holds an MSc from Imperial College London and MA from Cambridge University.

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