) July 27, 2022 -- The integrated workplace management system (IWMS) market is expected to expand from USD 3.3 Billion in 2022 to US 9.2 Billion by 2032, at a CAGR of 10.9%.
The integrated workplace management system (IWMS) market grew primarily as a result of the growing use of the Internet of Things (IoT) and Information and Communications Technology (ICT) across various business verticals.
The need for enhanced and effective operating solutions is driving the demand for integrated workplace management system (IWMS), which is leading to the growing sophistication of solutions and services.
Integrated workplace management system (IWMS) solutions are increasingly becoming a need for infrastructure and manufacturing industries. Companies, however, are sluggish to implement integrated workplace management system (IWMS) solutions and services due to project halts and low profitabilities caused by global COVID-19 lockdowns.
The return of the employees to the workplace following COVID-19 necessitates a sophisticated integrated workplace management system (IWMS) with risk management capabilities and social distancing benefits, ideally adapted to new workforce safety norms and laws.
Demand for cloud-based integrated workplace management systems (IWMS) has surged because of its cheap Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), everywhere access, and scalability features, which are essential during the COVID-19 crisis.
The trend is changing away from complicated on-premises implementation toward cloud-based deployment. Integrated workplace management system (IWMS) SaaS deployment offers more granular, less expensive, and resource-intensive projects. Cloud deployment is frequently used by small businesses because it allows them to pay a tiny percentage of their income on data center infrastructure and onsite installation, deployment, and training.
Cloud technology has the potential to provide several advantages to the integrated workplace management system (IWMS) market, including real-time tracking, integrated processes, lower energy consumption, safety and security, disaster recovery, and data center consolidation. For example, mobile and cloud technology have made it much easier for site managers to deliver notifications to staff in remote places at any time and from any location.
The integrated workplace management system (IWMS) market is currently gaining traction around technologies such as IoT, sophisticated analytics, cutting-edge new sensors, mobility, SaaS, and new development environments, enabling a greater need for enterprise integration than ever before, which is influencing IWMS implementation across enterprises.
The IWMS platform allows users to communicate via social media, which has an influence on project cooperation and space use. IWMS can handle machine and device data from sensors, metres, cellphones, and other devices, allowing it to drive operations, decisions, and facility automation. Unlike traditional analytic tools, IWMS is pre-configured for business usage and is fully connected with the Real Estate Financial Modeling (REFM) business process. IWMS can provide real-time analytics, predictive analytics, and the recently developed cognitive analytics and presence analytics.
Emerging technologies, such as IoT, are one of the most promising since they have the potential to be game-changers for managers. The adoption of IoT will considerably simplify operations since data can be automatically gathered through sensors and evaluated for optimal efficiency in maintenance activities.
The adoption of IoT will considerably reduce the strain on workplace management systems such as Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) and aid in obtaining correct results in the shortest amount of time. IoT is still in its infancy, but it has enormous development potential in the future. As a result, as the IoT industry evolves, so will the demand for IWMS solutions.
North America has long been a fertile place for technological innovation and competition. The area continues to be one of the most rapid in terms of adopting new technology. Due to increased advancements in smart building projects in the US, the US now owns the largest share of the integrated workplace management system (IWMS) market.
As a result, IWMS systems are now being used for space management, asset and maintenance management, and real estate and lease management. The majority of the integrated workplace management system (IWMS) market’s major companies, including IBM, Oracle, Trimble, Accruent, and Archibus, have their headquarters in this area.
In this region, new developments and establishments in the real estate and infrastructure sectors necessitate the use of IWMS systems. North America is expected to maintain its dominance in the IWMS industry in the future years.
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· By Offering:
a) Professional Services
b) Managed Services
· By Deployment Type:
· By Organization Size:
- Large Enterprises
- Small & Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs)
· By Vertical:
- Public Sector
- IT &Telecom
- Banking, Financial Services & Insurance (BFSI)
- Real Estate & Construction
This report profiles key integrated workplace management system (IWMS) market players such as IBM (US), Oracle (US), Trimble (US), Planon (Netherlands), Accruent (US), Archibus (US), Service Works Global (United Kingdom [UK]), Causeway (UK), SAP (Germany), FSI (FM Solutions) (UK), FM:Systems (US), iOFFICE (US), Spacewell (Belgium), MRI Software (US), Facilio (US), zLink (US), Nu (US). These manufacturers provide a variety of IWMS solutions to meet the market's expectations and needs.
· IBM Watson Works, a curated set of products that incorporate IBM Watson AI models and applications to address post-COVID-19 workplace requirements such as prioritizing employee health, facilities management, workplace re-entry, space allocation, contract retracing, and communication and collaboration, was introduced in June 2020.
· SAP and Honeywell announced cooperation in June 2020 to deliver a cloud-based solution integrating SAP Cloud for Real Estate and Honeywell Forge, an enterprise performance management service. The solution aims to improve tenant experience by assisting real estate organizations in optimizing building performance and ensuring building occupant safety in the post-COVID-19 environment.
· Planon released 40 use cases for safe and controlled workplace re-entry within its IWMS product in June 2020, including providing COVID-19 guidelines in e-mail confirmation, limiting the number of available workspaces, adding Social Distance Setup to meeting rooms, and blocking workplaces to ensure distance. The new use cases help real estate and facilities professionals with nine different operations, including visitor management, space, and workplace management, access management, and meeting management.
· Trimble will launch ManhattanONE in May 2020, a full software package for centralizing portfolio, building, workplace, and finance leasing information in order to allow data monitoring of important real-estate data and support evidence-based decision-making. The new software package, designed for the cloud, includes modules for financial administration, hotel booking, project management, maintenance, and energy management.