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London, February 2020. Independent research firm Verdantix finds that BIM systems will bring considerable value in building management and operations (M&O), but it’s proving hard to access. Whilst BIM, from firms such as Autodesk, Nemetschek Group and Trimble, is gaining major traction in the design and pre-construction phases of a building, the next frontier is how to get value in the M&O phase of the lifecycle.

London – February 3, 2020. Building on the success of their second Smart Buildings Innovation Summit Europe 2019 event, independent research firm Verdantix will host its third event, and inaugural North American summit, focused on smart building technologies for the real estate and facilities management sector, which will take place in New York on May 19.

London – February 3, 2020. Independent research firm Verdantix has announced the 14 finalists for its prestigious International Operational Excellence Innovation Awards. Based on their responses to 17 questions, the finalists were selected from over 50 submissions across seven industry sectors. The 7 winners will be selected by a panel of two independent judges in senior Operations roles. Winners will be announced at the Verdantix HSE & OpEx Innovation Summit EMEA, taking place at the new Tottenham Hotspur FC Stadium, London on March 3.

London – January 2020. Independent research firm Verdantix has released its annual global survey of 304 real estate occupiers across 16 geographies and 18 industries on their firms’ real estate strategic direction, governance, budgets and priorities in relation to technology decisions. The survey revealed that 31% of interviewees expect their budget for facilities and asset management software to grow by more than 5%. Improving the comfort of occupants is the top real estate objective for 28% of firms, followed by minimizing risk to business operations (26% of respondents), and reducing operating costs the top objective (16% of respondents).

London – January 29, 2020. The global market for commercial real estate and building management software will grow from $5.3 billion in 2019 to $7.0 billion in 2023 according to a new study from independent research firm Verdantix. The forecasted compound annual growth rate of 7% will be driven by maturing technologies and growing customer demands. Vendors positioned to benefit from this growth include IWMS players such as Archibus, iOFFICE, Nuvolo and Planon, as well as specialist workplace players including Mapiq, Matrix Booking, Robin Powered and Thing-It Technologies.

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