Verdantix Says Spending On Space And Workplace Management Software Will Surpass $1.7 billion In 2026
London – June 30, 2021. The overall market for space and workplace management software will grow from $0.9 billion in 2021 to surpass $1.7 billion in 2026, according to a new study from independent research firm Verdantix. The forecasted annual growth rate of 16% will be driven by return-to-work initiatives, the allocation of budgets that were previously frozen in the wake of the pandemic outbreak, and the need to prepare for more agile working environments. Vendors positioned to benefit from this growth include firms offering space and workplace management software such as, but not limited to, Accruent, AREMIS, Brivo, eCIFM, essensys, FM:Systems, FSI, Honeywell, IBI Group, IBM, Infogrid, iOFFICE, JLL, Locatee, MRI Software, Nuvap, Nuvolo, Openpath, Planon, Rapal, Ricoh, Schneider Electric, ServiceNow, Siemens, SpaceIQ, Spacewell, Spica Technologies, Tango, Thing Technologies, ThoughtWire, VergeSense, and WeWork.
London, May 13, 2021. Three service providers – Accenture, Deloitte, and JLL – lead the market for workplace systems integrators, amidst a growing market. Using its proprietary Green Quadrant methodology, independent research firm Verdantix assessed the capabilities of the 13 most prominent service providers available on the market on how they compare across 7 capability areas related to real estate and workplace management processes.
London – February 15, 2021. The overall market for smart building software will grow from $6.4 billion in 2021 to surpass $8.5 billion in 2025 according to a new study from independent research firm Verdantix. The forecasted annual growth rate of 7% will be driven by digitization programmes and customers adopting new generation software solutions that drive better performance across processes such as maintenance management and room booking. Vendors positioned to benefit from this growth include firms offering smart building software, including BrainBox AI, Envizi, Envoy, Goby, Honeywell, Johnson Controls, Measurabl, MRI Software, Schneider Electric and Siemens.
Verdantix Buyer's Guide Reveals The 21 Most Prominent Specialist Space And Workplace Software Solutions
London, January 8, 2021 – Independent research firm Verdantix has released its buyer’s guide for space and workplace management software, which provides an up-to-date analysis of the 21 most prominent specialist solutions available on the market today. The ongoing pandemic has dramatically increased demand for employee-facing apps that enhance the workplace experience and new tools to support COVID-19 safety. Reflecting buyer interest in specialist software and best-of-breed solutions, the buyer’s guide focuses on specialist space and workplace vendors such as Comfy, Mapiq, Schneider Electric, SiQ and Spica Technologies.
Verdantix Smart Building Technologies Survey Reveals Spending Plans And Technology Priorities For 2021
London – November 27, 2020. Independent research firm Verdantix has released its annual global survey of 250 real estate occupiers across 13 geographies and 18 industries on their firms’ real estate strategic direction, governance, budgets and priorities in relation to technology decisions. The survey revealed that attracting and retaining talent was the top priority for 37% of respondents, followed by building resiliency (23%), cost reduction (22%), and building occupant health and wellbeing (18%).
This webinar provides technology executives across the smart building technology market with Verdantix’s analysis of the hot trends that will influence buyer purchases, product releases and innovation in 2021.
Independent Research Firm Verdantix Announces The Winners Of The 2020 Smart Building Innovation Awards
London – October 14, 2020. Independent research firm Verdantix is excited to announce the ten winners of the Verdantix Smart Building Innovation Awards. The prestigious international awards recognize organizations which have implemented innovative technologies to enhance their facilities and real estate strategies. The winners were selected by an independent judging panel including IWMS and Technology Implementation Specialist at THELIAS and Energy & Carbon Manager at Bank of England.
As the economic downturn and new safety guidelines from COVID-19 change the way we work, property management executives have been on the look out for new software products to support their adaptation efforts.
London – September 29, 2020. Independent research firm Verdantix has announced the finalists for its prestigious International Smart Building Innovation Awards. Based on their responses to a detailed questionnaire, the finalists were selected from 49 submissions across ten sectors. The winners will be selected by independent judges Emeric Denis, IWMS and Technology Implementation Specialist at THELIAS and Paddy Pope, Energy & Carbon Manager at Bank of England. Winners will be announced via press release on October 14.
The systems integration market for smart buildings is evolving rapidly under the emergence of IoT devices, IT-OT convergence and customer demand for agile workplaces.
London, 18 August 2020. Independent research firm Verdantix has launched the nomination process for the inaugural 2020 Smart Building Innovation Awards. Award winners will be announced on 14 October 2020, as well as during the Awards Ceremony as part of the Verdantix ‘Next & Best Practices: Learning From Top 10 Smart Building Innovators In 2020’ Virtual Event. Previous winners of Verdantix Innovation Awards include Chevron, Walmart, Volvo Cars, Total, Johnson Controls, London City Airport, EDF and Nestle. Nominated firms and projects can be located anywhere in the world.
IoT platforms are continuously improving, with more functionalities and use cases being added and refined every year. Growing global interest for IoT platforms has led to a crowded marketplace, with vendors offering expertise in a range of areas.
In the past 5 years, digital twins have gained popularity in the industrial sector but not in the commercial real estate industry. How can digital twin technology be applied to buildings and facilities?