Global Survey 2018: Space And Workplace Management Software Trends 2019-2021

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Executive Summary

Product managers and marketing executives at space management software vendors should use this report to smarten up their business planning and sales targeting to customers in 2019 and 2021. The analysis leverages the 2018 global survey (see Verdantix Global Survey 2018: Smart Building Technology, Budgets, Priorities & Preferences) to reveal customer preferences on space and workplace management strategies and technology tools. As with previous reports on market trends (see Verdantix How To Approach A Global Space Management Market Brimming With Growth Potential), the analysis points to a market with significant growth potential across software solutions for multiple space management processes such as room booking and facility wayfinding pilots.

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Global Survey 2018: Space And Workplace Management Software Trends 2019-2021
Most Corporate Executives Are Now On Manoeuvres To Reap The Huge Gains Space And Workplace Management Offers
Corporates Are Actively Investing In Multiple Tools To Deliver Their 2019 Workplace Agendas
Corporate Approaches To Technology Deployments Coalesce Around Three Core Strategies

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Figure 1. Corporate Preferences For Workplace Technology 2018-2021

Organisations mentioned

Accruent, AXA, BC Hydro, Deloitte, EMS Software, FM:Systems, Herman Miller, IBM, Invesco Real Estate, Jibestream, Mall of America, McKinsey, Old Dominion University, PointGrab, Serraview, Siemens, SmartSpace Software, SpaceIQ, Spaceti, Spacewell, Suncorp.

About the author

Ibrahim Yate

Industry Analyst

Ibrahim is an Industry Analyst in the Verdantix Smart Buildings practice. His current agenda covers innovation in software and hardware solutions for space management, workplace management, energy management, smart lighting, proptech and location-based services. Ibrahim joined Verdantix in 2016, and previously worked at OVO Energy and the Energy Saving Trust. Ibrahim holds an MSc in Energy Policy from Imperial College London and MA from Cambridge University.

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