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London – September 15, 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically increased demand for connected worker solutions according to new studies from independent research firm Verdantix. Faced with new risks to manage, firms have turned to connected worker solutions which enhance COVID-19 workplace track-and-trace initiatives and enable remote assistance with augmented reality (AR) technology. Year-on-year growth rates for connected worker solutions now range from 30% to 200%.

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.

London, June 25, 2020. Four vendors – AspenTech, AVEVA, Bentley Systems and GE Digital – lead the market for asset performance management (APM) software. Independent research firm Verdantix compared 11 APM vendors on 116 criteria and assessed their level of success across 18 asset classes. In addition to the four leaders, the study includes ABB Power Grids, BISTel, DNV GL, IBM, Oracle, SAP and Uptake. The analysis is informed by interviews with 284 managers in engineering, maintenance and operations roles.

London – May 27, 2020. The global market for operational risk management (ORM) software will grow from $1.4 billion in 2019 to $2.2 billion in 2024 according to a new study from independent research firm Verdantix. The forecasted annual growth rate of 8.9% will be driven by growing customer demands. Vendors positioned to benefit from this growth include ORM vendors such as Cority, DevonWay, DNV GL, Enablon, Intelex, Prometheus Group, Sphera and TenForce and Yokogawa RAP.

London – May 12, 2020. The global market for space and workplace management software will grow from $833 million in 2020 to surpass $1.3 billion in 2024 according to a new study from independent research firm Verdantix. The forecasted annual growth rate of 12% will be driven by space rationalization programmes, the need to monitor occupancy and support social distancing in offices, the use of visitor management to support contact tracing, and country-level GDP forecasts shaping spend at the country level. Vendors positioned to benefit from this growth include firms offering space and workplace management software, including Accruent, Archibus, FM:Systems, iOFFICE, Mapiq, Planon, Schneider Electric, SpaceIQ, Spacewell, Tango and Trimble. 

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