USA: Trimble has announced that its Manhattan software solution has been named a leader in the 2019 Green Quadrant Integrated Workplace Management Systems (IWMS) report by independent global research firm Verdantix.
The Verdantix Green Quadrant report for IWMS delivers a detailed, fact-based comparison providing an independent benchmark of IWMS vendors. The study’s findings are based on a 165-point questionnaire, live product demonstrations and a survey of global customers.
Trimble’s Manhattan software received a top score of 3.0/3.0 for real estate, leasing and portfolio management; and was recognized as a leader in business intelligence and its ability to centralize and report on lease, capital project, space metric, maintenance and sustainability data.
“We strive to meet the evolving expectations for corporate real estate and finance professionals to manage increasingly complex real estate portfolios, dynamic workforce changes and new lease accounting requirements,” said Craig Gillespie, business area director at Trimble’s Real Estate and Workplace Solutions. “The Verdantix report is a reflection of our efforts to provide the insight across the real estate lifecycle that enables our customers to identify cost savings, maximize performance and make smart decisions driven by data.”
Trimble’s Manhattan software earned high scores across all five core applications of IWMS including lease management, capital project management and space management as well as market-leading scores for platform core capabilities and internationalization. The report also highlighted Trimble’s proven ability to help firms adopt new accounting rules set out by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and International Accounting Standards Board (IASB).