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Manhattan Software, Inc.

Manhattan Software, Inc.

The Manhattan Integrated Workplace Management System (IWMS), viewed as a leader in Gartner's IWMS Magic Quadrant, was designed for the organization that requires accurate and complete information about their entire real estate portfolio. Manhattan Software, in the business for over twenty-five years, has a worldwide network of offices covering five continents-with each local office staffed by teams of highly-experienced local specialists in real estae, facility management, asset management, project management, strategic planning, location analysis, systems integration and implementation, CAD, business management and training. The company's substantial user base of over 250 organizations-many with multiple locations around the world-includes blue-chip clients in sectors diverse as financial services, retail, telecommunications, oil and gas, real estate investments, transport, pharmaceutical/biotech, higher education, utilities and government.
Company URL: http://www.manhattansoftware.c   |   Address: 425 Fortune Boulevard, Milford, MA 01757
Last Updated: 01/25/12

Manhattan is the only IWMS in the world which has full financial management capabilities to plan for, operate and manage both owned and leased properties. It was created with Web 2.0 technology for the global real estate market with multi currency and language capabilities. It includes the best-in-class spatial management applications of the CenterStone product suite and complies with OSCRE and PISCES standards. CenterStone is a Computer-Aided Facility Management (CAFM) system which is also sold as a stand alone system. Applications have been created for real estate, facility and asset management, operations and maintenance and project management.
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Phone: (508) 381-5853
URL: http://www.manhattansoftware.c
White Papers
Integrated Workplace Management Strategies for the CIO, CFO and Corporate Workspace Strategist

By Nick Moore, President, Manhattan Software Inc. & Nancy Johnson Sanquist, University of San Diego

A new language required in the C-suite today combines the concepts of real estate, finance and technology. Integrated Workplace Management System (IWMS) tools support the goals of integrated services delivery for reduced cost of operations and increased shareholder value.

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IT for Financial Services

By Nick Moore and Nancy Johnson Sanquist Manhattan Software

Integrated Workplace Management Strategies for the CIO, CFO and Corporate Workspace Strategist

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Related Editorial

By Damian Rinaldi

Every organization, regardless of scale, has some investment in or dependence on the real property it occupies and the equipment it uses to produce or deliver its products and services. Among the five largest of Fortune 500-class corporations, the Property, Plant and Equipment line on their balance sheets represent anywhere from 9% to 56% of total assets. In dollar terms, those percentages translate to a range of approximately $61 billion to nearly $105 billion. Either way you look at the numbers, they represent a significant investment and an equally significant source of operating leverage if those assets can be more effectively managed, or if the people using and maintaining the assets can be more efficient in how they use them. The same is likely true of your organization ó even if it isnít one of the top five on the Fortune Magazine list.

By Lana Gates

The Integrated Workplace Management Systems (IWMS) market and the Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) market have changed significantly over the past two years. The IWMS market has experienced rapid growth and continues to grow at 10 percent a year, according to research firm Gartner. The EAM market landscape has had a facelift; virtually every EAM vendor has been acquired in the past two years, but none of them have been consolidated, so there are still just as many as before. In addition, these two areas have grown somewhat closer together, as more assets are becoming IT-enabled.

Thought Leadership

By Nick Moore, Manhattan Software

Recently, I was preparing a presentation on a global implementation of an Intelligent Workplace Management Solution1 (IWMS) for a group of European corporate real estate (CRE) executives who work in a large financial institution. What struck me, as I reviewed the list of questions which they wanted me to address, was the close partnership which had occurred between the CRE staff and the Information Technology (IT) organization in that company.

By Nick Moore, Manhattan Software

What if the CIO, along with CRE management, could demonstrate a contribution of 37% increase in shareholder value? Implementing an Integrated Workplace Management Solution and being able to reduce workplace operating costs by as much as 15% could help you be a part of the next Board of Directors discussion.

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