Smart Innovators: Integrated Workplace Management Systems

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Executive Summary

Verdantix selected the integrated workplace management system (IWMS) market for a Smart Innovators report because the pace of investment and innovation in this space makes it the leading contender to be the underlying platform to consolidate all other real estate software in the future (Verdantix Facilities Optimization Management Emerges As A New Vision For Optimizing Building Portfolios). This report, for executives responsible for real estate and facility software selection, describes how IWMS software solutions address facility management challenges, identifies innovations that buyers need to be aware of when considering IWMS solutions, and provides examples of implementation use cases for 20 IWMS software solutions.

Table of contents

IWMS Solutions Take Aim At Being A Comprehensive Facility Optimization Management Tool
Brand And Financial Performance Needs Can Challenge Building Owners
Building Tenants Are Challenged To Get The Most Value From Leased Space
Real Estate Services Firms Are Under Pressure To Differentiate Themselves From Competitors

Introducing The Integrated Workplace Management System Software Market
The Heart Of IWMS Software Is Portfolio And Space Management
Technology Advancements Enable Vendors To Push Into Facility Operations Management
Forward-Thinking IWMS Vendors Launch New Solutions To Enable Digital Workplaces
Buyers Of IWMS Software Need To Consider Long-Term Technology Strategies
To Identify A Good Fit Among Vendor Capabilities, Customers Need Plenty Of Due Diligence

Table of figures

Figure 1. IWMS Solutions Capabilities Extend Across Three Verticals 
Figure 2. IWMS Solution Vendors And Software Applications 
Figure 3. IWMS Solution Capabilities
Figure 4. IWMS Customer Segments
Figure 5. Capabilities Of IWMS Software Providers  
 

Organisations mentioned

Acadia Realty Trust, Accruent, Archibus, AgilQuest, ARGUS, Allstate Insurance Company, Annaly Capital Management, Apple, AssetWorks, Asure, Axxerion, Bank of Montreal, Boston Properties, CBRE Group, Collectiveview, Colliers International, Columbia University, Conde Nast, Cushman & Wakefield, DTZ, Dude Solutions, eFacility, eMaint, EnerNOC, Engica, Envizi, Financial Accounting Standards Board, FitBit, FM:Systems, Forest Research Group, FSI, Gensler, Gilead Sciences, GPT Group, Harvard University, hippo, Honeywell, IBM, iFM.net, IMPINJ, Indus Systems, Infor, International Accounting Standards Board, International Facility Management Association, iOffice, ISS, JLL, Johnson Controls, John Wiley & Sons, Land Securities, Lucernex, Merck, MCS Solutions, Microsoft, MITIE, National Australian Built Environment Rating System, National Institutes of Health Clinical Center, Omega Healthcare Investors, Oracle, Palo Alto Networks, pirana CMMS, Planon, ProLease, Qube Global, QuickFMS, RealPage, Rifinity, Rosmiman, SAP, Sentios, Serraview, Service Works Group, Shire Systems, Siemens, SPECTRA, Suncorp, TabsFM, TrackPlan, Trimble, US Department of Energy, US General Services Administration, Verisae, Vonage America, Yardi

About the author

Derrek Clarke

Industry Analyst

Derrek conducts Verdantix research on energy management and the optimization of building systems covering technologies, best practices and growth strategies. His current agenda is focused on establishing facility optimization software as a distinct category of technology investment. Derrek has 10 years of experience as a licensed architect. He joined Verdantix in 2014 and previously worked at global architecture and engineering firm HOK. Derrek holds a Masters in Architecture from Parsons and a Masters in Sustainability Management from Columbia University.

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