Integrated Workplace Management System (IWMS) Market Report

Dublin, Nov. 25, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Integrated Workplace Management System (IWMS) Marketplace: IWMS Market by Platforms, Software, and Solutions 2022 – 2027” report has been added to’s offer.

This report provides a multidimensional view of the IWMS market, including analysis of software solutions and service providers, evaluation of key technologies, assessment of current market trends, and outlook for future business opportunities. The report also contains detailed quantitative analysis and forecasts, including:

  • Global and Regional Market Forecasts for 2022 to 2027
  • AI and IoT embedded solutions market analysis and forecasting
  • Analysis and forecasts by industry vertical, software and service type
  • The report also includes specific industry recommendations regarding Integrated Workplace Management System market solutions, including platforms, software and services.

Select report results:

  • The global IWMS market will reach 12.1 billion. USD in 2027
  • The AIoT embedded IWMS market will reach USD 4.2 billion. in 2027
  • North America and APAC will jointly lead the market throughout the study period
  • More than 57% of all IWMS software will include AI embedded features by 2027
  • The IoT industry will represent up to 14.5% of the entire IWMS software market by 2027

IWMS solutions represent a combination of five separate modules (1) Property Management, (2) Facility and Space Management, (3) Maintenance Management, (4) Sustainability and Energy Management and (5) Technology Management. Each software module addresses specific functions powered by Internet of Things (IoT) technologies as well as artificial intelligence (AI), 3D visualization and data analytics. IWMS solutions as a whole typically include software as well as related services such as network and system integration, professional services, predictive analytics and more.

With IWMS solutions, business organizations are able to optimize asset utilization, energy consumption, technology implementation, building and infrastructure efficiency, and overall workplace productivity to achieve significant savings in CAPEX and OPEX. Integration of IoT and AI accelerates the transformation from software-driven to service-centric automation with the added benefit of generating positive returns on assets for businesses. Implementing IWMS solutions is expected to provide the following benefits for the typical business:

  • Improve energy consumption by 11.6%
  • Improve facility utilization efficiency by 40.1%
  • Reduce facility maintenance costs by 16.1%
  • Improve workplace management by up to 46.7%
  • Reduce the lifecycle cost of business assets by up to 34.9%

In addition to energy savings, IWMS solutions enable building owners/managers to leverage operational data, streamline property management, prioritize facility projects, improve strategic planning and optimize assets, processes and procedures for a smarter workplace.

In support of intelligent workflows and overall business operations, we see the confluence of AI and IoT (AIoT) having a particularly large positive impact on the market for IWMS solutions. AIoT will make IWMS solutions more efficient and effective with hybrid and remote work, as well as ease the transition to a less human-intensive workforce.

The smart workplace will leverage AIoT for both autonomous decision-making as well as collaborative human-machine-oriented cognitive computing approaches. This will manifest in an AIoT embedded IWMS solution market that will reach $3.8 billion globally by 2027.

Key topics covered:

1.0 Summary

2.0 Introduction

3.0 Technology and Application Analysis
3.1 IWMS Product Matrix
3.1.1 Property Management Software
3.1.2 Facility and Space Management Software
3.1.3 Software for maintenance management
3.2 Software for technology management
3.2.1 Sustainability and energy management
3.3 CMMS (computerized maintenance management systems) vs. EAM (enterprise asset management)
3.4 IWMS function checklist
3.4.1 Capital project management
3.4.2 Property management
3.4.3 Facility and Space Management
3.4.4 Maintenance management
3.4.5 Sustainability and energy management
3.4.6 Cross-functional capabilities
3.5 Artificial Intelligence Technology
3.6 Internet of Things and data analysis
3.7 Workplace increase
3.8 Collaborative Workforce Management
3.9 Building transformation management
3.10 IWMS Connectivity Protocol
3.11 IWMS Use Case Scenario
3.12 IWMS Implementation Analysis
3.12.1 Cloud Deployment
3.12.2 Implementation on site
3.13 SaaS vs. Cloud Computing
3.14 IWMS Technology Direction
3.15 Smart Workplace Technology
3.16 IWMS in smart buildings and workplaces
3.16.1 The role of Smart Buildings
3.16.2 Smart Infrastructure Ecosystem
3.16.3 Smart Cities
3.16.4 Smart housing
3.16.5 CRE Benefits

4.0 Business Analysis

5.0 Market Analysis and Forecast 2022 – 2027

6.0 Conclusions and recommendations

Mentioned companies

  • Accruent LLC
  • Archives Inc.
  • ATOSS Software AG
  • AwareManager
  • Business Integration Group
  • CAFM Explorer
  • CBRE
  • Correctly incorporated
  • Crestron electronics
  • DEXMA Energy management
  • Dude Solutions Inc.
  • DXC technology
  • Entronix Energy Management
  • FacilityONE Technologies LLC
  • FM:Systems Inc.
  • FSI (FM Solutions) Limited
  • Honeywell International
  • IBM Corporation
  • Indus Systems Inc.
  • iOFFICE Corporation
  • KeyTech security solution
  • Kronos Incorporated
  • MCS solutions
  • MPulse Software Inc.
  • MRI Software LLC
  • NJW Limited
  • OfficeSpace Software Inc.
  • Oracle Corporation
  • Planon Corporation
  • ProLease software
  • Reflex Systems Inc.
  • SAP
  • Schneider Electric
  • Siemens AG
  • SSG Insight Ltd.
  • Trackplan Software ltd.
  • Trimble Inc.
  • Visual lease
  • Wattics Ltd.
  • WRLD3D

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