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London – August 28 2018. Independent research firm Verdantix published two buyers’ guides to help executives on the search for software to support their real estate, energy and facilities management processes. One report focuses on Integrated Workplace Management Systems (IWMS) while the second features software for managing energy and facility optimization. Individuals responsible for selecting, implementing and managing these solutions should use the guides as a tool to build a shortlist of vendors with applications that meet their requirements.

New York – August 22, 2018. A new study by independent research firm Verdantix identifies twenty-eight industrial wearables suppliers that EHS executives should target for pilot projects and broader roll outs. The study recommends that firms with innovative EHS strategies engage with wearables vendors because fifty-eight per cent of 221 managers surveyed by Verdantix believe industrial wearable technology will have a significant impact on operational risk management by 2020.

London–August 15, 2018. A survey conducted by independent research firm Verdantix has found that 40% of 221 operations managers at industrial firms believe digital technology is essential for operational risk management. The survey covers the 2019 budget plans, priorities and technology preferences of risk managers across chemicals, oil and gas, mining, manufacturing, construction and transport.

London – August 9, 2018. Independent research firm Verdantix will host the seventh summit for health, safety and environment (HSE) innovation and technology from March 26-27, 2019. The Verdantix HSE Innovation Summit in Europe will gather over 150 HSE executives, technology leaders and investors at Stamford Bridge, the home of Chelsea Football Club. This summit builds on the success of the 2018 Verdantix HSE Innovation Summit which included speakers from APM Terminals, Arkema, DuPont, GSK, Innogy, Johnson Controls, KONE, Sainsburys, Sandvik Group, Shell, Teva, and Thames Tideway Tunnel.

London – July 3, 2018. The worldwide market for real estate and building management software will grow from $4.9 billion in 2018 to $7.4 billion in 2022. This is according to a new market size and forecast analysis from independent research firm Verdantix. The analysis aims to be the most accurate on the market by including revenue data from over 400 software vendors, interviews conducted by Verdantix with over 300 real estate and facilities managers, and 100 property owners in 12 countries around the world, to understand spending decisions and budget changes. The forecast analysis combines macroeconomic data, vendor revenue trends, segment-level drivers and customer budget changes, across five segments defined by functional area (property management, real estate investment, maintenance, energy and workplace management) and three regions globally.