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Integrated Workplace Management System Market Set for Significant Growth

Integrated Workplace Management System Market set for Significant Growth
14 September 2020

The Integrated Workplace Management System market is expected to grow at a rate of 14.25 per cent from 2020 to 2027.

The report from Data Bridge Market Research, measures developments in the Integrated Workplace Management System (IWMS) market, and identifies the growing importance of CSR as one of the driving factors behind this growth.

The document, “Global Integrated Workplace Management System Market – Industry Trends and Forecast to 2027”, also suggests that a change in “workforce dynamics” and a rising demand for cloud-based solutions could also be responsible.


ARCHIBUS, Causeway Technologies and FSI all Evaluated 


The study itself assess the strengths and weaknesses, and tactical approaches, of the key players engaged in the Integrated Workplace Management System market, including ARCHIBUS, Inc, Service Works Global, Causeway Technologies and FSI (FM Solutions) Limited.

It has been marketed as “an elaborate examination of drivers and constraints operating in the market”, and the development of advanced technology along with rising need to safeguard employees at their workplaces, are cited as key factors in the predicted growth.

Within the report, IWMSs are segmented by industry, including IT & telecoms, manufacturing, real estate, travel & transportation, retail and healthcare, making it an industry-wide investigation of market segments.


Market Restraints


Lack of awareness regarding the importance of the workplace along with the high cost of IWMS deployment are stated as two of the main market restraints. 

The research can be accessed directly from Data Bridge Market Research here.

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Article written by Ella Tansley | Published 14 September 2020


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