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NEW YORK, Sept. 4, 2012 — (PRNewswire) — Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

 

Smart Building Managed Services

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Software as a Service plus Energy Management/NOC Services and On-Site Installation & Maintenance Services for Commercial Buildings: Global Market Analysis and Forecasts

New technologies and innovations are changing the building landscape and making smart buildings more efficient. In particular, the adoption of sophisticated energy management systems in commercial buildings has been proven to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. The ability of these systems to process and analyze huge volumes of energy-related data has shifted the way buildings are designed, built, and operated, but it has also proven challenging for the people who operate buildings on a daily basis. Recent economic conditions have caused building owners to cut back on both the numbers and types of personnel that they hire, shifting operational priorities from efficiency generating projects to those that are an absolute necessity for the daily maintenance of the building. Under these conditions, building energy management systems become an afterthought, inhibiting their true value and limiting their potential return on investment.

Smart building managed service providers have stepped to the fore to address these challenges for building owners and managers. These managed service vendors work closely with clients, effectively becoming an extension of the building's own staff. The competitive landscape for smart building managed services is evolving at a quick pace driven by new technologies, big data, and a wide variety of service models. Large established market players and OEMs such as Johnson Controls, Siemens, and Schneider Electric have a strong foothold in managed services. More focused companies such as Ecova and Pacific Controls have leveraged their independence from the larger OEMs to build strong relationships with their clients, while large IT companies such as IBM and HP have become strong competitors as well.

This Pike Research report examines the global smart building managed services market trends, along with opportunities and challenges, business strategies, and key industry players. The report examines the technology issues in the smart building managed services market and includes profiles of 18 vendors. Market forecasts include total market growth from 2012 through 2020, market share and growth rate comparisons, and projections for five world regions.

Key Questions Addressed:

-What are the key market forces influencing and inhibiting market growth and adoption rates for SBMS implementation on a global basis?

-What key technological, strategic, and market access trends are transforming the SBMS industry?

-Who are the top market players in the SBMS market?

-How are the technological advances changing the SBMS market?

-What are the growth trends in the global SBMS market, and which market segments offer the most promising opportunities?

-What are the SBMS market spending projections, by region?

-Which regions will experience the most growth over the coming 9 year period?

Who needs this report?

-Building owners and managers

-Building energy management software vendors

-Building system manufacturers

-Energy service companies (ESCOs)

-IT hardware, software, and service providers

-Utilities

-Industry organizations

-Government agencies

-Investor community

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1   Smart Building Managed Services Market Overview

1.2   Market Forces

1.3   Competitive Landscape

2. Market Issues

2.1   Introduction

2.2   Smart Building Managed Services

2.3   Varieties of Managed Service Offerings

2.4   Definition of Global Regions for this Report

2.5   Market Landscape for SBMS

2.5.1     Limited Operating Resources

2.5.2     Skill Set Drift

2.5.3     Underutilized System Capabilities

2.5.4     Break-Fix Mentality

2.5.5     Lack of a Systems Approach to Building Maintenance and Efficiency

2.5.6     Limitations of BEMS: Too Much Data

2.5.7     Convergence of IT and BEMS

2.5.8     Open Systems Claims

2.5.9     Commoditization of BEMS Offerings

2.6   The Move to Smart Building Managed Services

2.7   Market Drivers for Smart Building Managed Services

2.7.1     Reduced Operating Costs

2.7.2     Access to Subject Matter Experts

2.7.3     Increased Ease of Building Maintenance

2.7.4     Reduced Operating Risk

2.7.5     Increased Service Level for Tenants

2.7.6     Lack of Internal Resources and Skills

2.7.7     Utility Demand-Side Management Programs

2.8   Market Hurdles

2.8.1     Buying Behavior

2.8.2     Initial Cost of Implementation

2.9   The Global Climate for Green Building

2.9.1     Leading Regions

2.9.2     Secondary Regions

2.9.3     Lagging Markets

3. Technology Issues

3.1   Overview of Technology Issues

3.2   Components of a Building Energy Management System

3.2.1     Summary of the Core SBMS Components and Features

3.2.2     Hardware for Smart Building Managed Services

3.2.3     Software for Smart Building Managed Services

3.2.4     Services in Smart Building Managed Services

3.3   Market Opportunities for Smart Building Managed Services

3.3.1     Higher Client Retention and Interaction

3.3.2     Ongoing and Increased Revenue Relationship

3.3.3     Advantage of Independence from OEMs

3.3.4     Relationships with Utilities an Advantage

3.4   Market Challenges for Smart Building Managed Services

3.4.1     Vendor Infrastructure Changes and Upgrades

3.4.2     Mastering the Sales Cycle for a Managed Service Offering

3.4.3     Assumption of Risk

4. Key Industry Players

4.1   Vendor Profiles

4.1.1     AIMNET Smart Building Systems

4.1.2     BuildingIQ

4.1.3     Cimetrics, Inc.

4.1.4     Comverge

4.1.5     Ecova

4.1.6     EnerNOC, Inc.

4.1.7     Green Building Services, Inc.

4.1.8     IBM

4.1.9     Johnson Controls

4.1.10   Jones Lang LaSalle

4.1.11   Lean-Green, LLC

4.1.12   Pacific Controls

4.1.13   Pulse Energy

4.1.14   Schneider Electric SA

4.1.15   Siemens AG

4.1.16   Service Logic

4.1.17   Trane

4.1.18   Vigilent

5. Market Forecasts

5.1   Market Conditions for Global SBMS Adoption

5.2   Forecast Methodology

5.3   Assumptions Determining the Forecast Numbers

5.4   Relationship of SBMS to the Overall BEMS Market

5.5   SBMS Initial Market Size

5.6   The Global Smart Building Managed Service Market

5.7   SBMS Forecasts – North America

5.8   SBMS Forecasts – Europe

5.9   SBMS Forecasts – Asia Pacific

5.10  SBMS Forecasts – Latin America

5.11  SBMS Forecasts – Middle East / Africa

5.12  SBMS Market Share and Growth Rate Comparisons

6. Company Directory

7. Acronym and Abbreviation List

8. Table of Contents

9. Table of Charts and Figures

10. Scope of Study, Sources and Methodology, Notes

List of Charts and Figures

Smart Building Managed Services Spending, World Markets: 2012-2020

Energy Information Sources Currently Available to End Users, United States: 2010

Growth of Utility Demand-Side Management Program Budgets, United States: 2007-2010

Utility Demand-Side Management Programs by Segment, United States: 2010

Building Energy Management Systems Market Size, World Markets: 2012-2020

Smart Building Managed Services Spending, World Markets: 2012-2020

Smart Building Managed Services Market Share of Global BEMS Market: 2012

Smart Building Managed Services Market Share of Global BEMS Spending: 2020

Smart Building Managed Services Spending by Market Segment and Total Market, North America: 2012-2020

Smart Building Managed Services Spending by Market Segment and Total Market, Europe: 2012-2020

Smart Building Managed Services Spending by Market Segment and Total Market, Asia Pacific: 2012-2020

Smart Building Managed Services Spending by Market Segment and Total Market, Latin America: 2012-2020

Smart Building Managed Services Spending by Market Segment and Total Market, Middle East/Africa: 2012-2020

Building Energy Management Systems Market versus SBMS Market by Region, CAGR Comparison: 2011-2020

Smart Building Managed Services Market Share Comparison by Region, World Markets: 2012 and 2020

Smart Building Managed Services Concept

Smart Building Managed Services Concept

Example of Smart Building Managed Services Costs versus Break-Fix Maintenance Methodology

Example of the Product Commoditization Process

Benefits of Smart Building Managed Services

List of Tables

Recap of Building Energy Management System Market Drivers and Hurdles

Utility Demand-Side Management Programs by Type and Percent of Adoption, United States: 2010

Core Smart Building Managed Service Components and Features

Additional Value-Added Smart Building Managed Services

Energy Information Sources Currently Available to End Users, United States: 2010

Growth of Utility Demand-Side Management Program Budgets, United States: 2007-2010

Utility Demand-Side Management Programs by Segment, United States: 2010

Building Energy Management Systems Market Size, World Markets: 2012-2020

Smart Building Managed Services Spending, World Markets: 2012-2020

Smart Building Managed Services Spending by Market Segment and Total Market, North America: 2012-2020

Smart Building Managed Services Spending by Market Segment and Total Market, Europe: 2012-2020

Smart Building Managed Services Spending by Market Segment and Total Market, Asia Pacific: 2012-2020

Smart Building Managed Services Spending by Market Segment and Total Market, Latin America: 2012-2020

Smart Building Managed Services Spending by Market Segment and Total Market, Middle East/Africa: 2012-2020

Building Energy Management Systems Market versus SBMS Market by Region, CAGR Comparison: 2011-2020

Smart Building Managed Services Market Share Comparison by Region, World Markets: 2012 and 2020

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