Understanding the Growth Potential within the Building Technologies Market

Understanding the Growth Potential within the Building Technologies Market

Insights from United States Facility Decision Makers

RELEASE DATE
23-Aug-2013
REGION
North America
Research Code: NCD3-01-00-00-00
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Overall, the main objective of this study was to identify levels of familiarity with 12 building technologies, measure their usage rates and evaluate the impact that one has on the other. Moreover, the following research attempts to determine which building technologies have the highest and the lowest growth potentials, based on the current usage and likelihood of adoption rates. Lastly, it identifies factors that are most important in the decision making processes and evaluates brand usage, uncovering areas of market fragmentation and brand dominance. A Web-based survey was utilized to survey 154 facility managers, directors, and executives distributed across nine different industries from June to July 2012.

Table of Contents

Introduction

  • Title and Table of Contents

Research Objectives and Methodology

  • Objectives and Methodology

Executive Summary

  • Executive Summary and Implications

Overview of Building Technologies within Facilities

  • Analysis Summary of Building Technologies within Facilities

Usage: Primary Building Technology Brands

  • Primary Building Technology Brands Used

Appendices

  • Additional Information

The Frost & Sullivan Story

  • About Frost & Sullivan
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Overall, the main objective of this study was to identify levels of familiarity with 12 building technologies, measure their usage rates and evaluate the impact that one has on the other. Moreover, the following research attempts to determine which building technologies have the highest and the lowest growth potentials, based on the current usage and likelihood of adoption rates. Lastly, it identifies factors that are most important in the decision making processes and evaluates brand usage, uncovering areas of market fragmentation and brand dominance. A Web-based survey was utilized to survey 154 facility managers, directors, and executives distributed across nine different industries from June to July 2012.
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Author Anna Kuberacka
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WIP Number NCD3-01-00-00-00
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