The Business Case For IWMS: A Framework To Engage The C-Suite (Webinar)

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Executive Summary

In 2018, 25% of real estate and facilities decision-makers around the world are evaluating the purchase of an integrated workplace management system (IWMS), according to the Verdantix survey of 302 executives. However, 73% of real estate decision-makers do not have sufficient budget themselves to fund the technology investments they need. This webinar presents a framework Verdantix has developed to help corporate real estate managers pitch the business case for integrated real estate and facilities software across financial savings, process efficiency and employee productivity. The webinar will also explore the business benefits that can only be delivered via integrated real estate software. Attendees of this webinar will walk away with a thorough understanding of how to shape the business case for real estate and facilities software in a way that engages the C-Suite.

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About the authors

Susan Clarke

Principal Analyst

Susan is a Principal Analyst in the Verdantix Smart Buildings practice. Her current research agenda focuses on software solutions for real estate management including integrated workplace management systems and IoT platforms for buildings. Her research expertise also includes a broad range of energy management technologies 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

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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