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Facilio, a leading property operations software platform, has announced that it has been recognised by Frost & Sullivan with the 2021 Best Practices’ Product Leadership Award for the Internet of Things, (IoT)-based solution in the building operations and maintenance industry.
With multiple nominees in the category, Frost & Sullivan evaluates participating companies across two dimensions—product portfolio attributes and business impact. Facilio emerged as the winner of the award demonstrating 5x growth over the last 6 quarters, technology innovation, and an advanced product portfolio in the property operations software category.
“In a space dominated by hardware-centric incumbents, Facilio employs a differentiated software platform approach to address the challenges prevalent in the traditionally siloed and fragmented building operations market,” said Dennis Marcell Victor, Industry Analyst—Energy & Environment, Frost & Sullivan.
“A huge differentiator for Facilio is the depth of alignment it creates between people, processes, automation systems, and business software across multiple buildings into a single pane of glass software, and in real-time.” Today’s news builds on Facilio’s recent momentum including:
Being named as the 2021 Software of the Year by Construction Business News (Middle East), Certified with Proptech Innovation Label by Proptech Academy (EU), Finalist in the Urban Developer Awards (Australia) for Best New Proptech. Ranked among the Top 20+ CMMS Software & Tools by SoftwareWorld.
“The market, analysts, customers, and partners have come to appreciate the power of a data-driven connected built environment that propels real estate portfolios towards operational agility and efficiency, said Prabhu Ramachandran, Founder & CEO, Facilio Inc.
“We believe the recognition by Frost & Sullivan reinforces Facilio’s leadership in the property operations software category and our key role in helping define the market with advanced product innovation that improves building performance, increases productivity, and optimises cost—all in one place.”
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