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Trimble Launches ManhattanONE™ Cloud IWMS

14.05.2020, 16:42

Trimble Launches ManhattanONE™ Cloud IWMS

Trimble has announced the availability of ManhattanONE, the company’s next-gen Cloud-based Integrated Workplace Management System (IWMS).

Described as a “comprehensive solution for centralizing key real estate functions and data analyses essential for optimizing real estate performance, improving decision-making and enhancing the employee experience”, ManhattanONE provides simple and flexible access to all the software suite modules—from comprehensive financial management, including accounting, lease and FASB/IASB compliance to space, room booking, projects, maintenance and sustainability—so organizations can manage the features and functionality they need as their real estate requirements evolve. Unlike point products that only solve one specific business problem, ManhattanONE gives corporate real estate, facility management and senior finance professionals the convenience and power of a complete, integrated software suite to streamline end-to-end real estate management. 

Deloitte and other collaborators in Trimble’s Real Estate Global Alliance Program are working with the company to bring the new capabilities to clients of ManhattanOne, leveraging Deloitte’s significant experience with the deployment of real estate technology platforms.


Suresh Sundaram, general manager of Trimble Real Estate, explains: “Today, organizations are under pressure to respond to a constantly evolving landscape of workplace change and performance cost analysis, following the unprecedented challenges COVID-19 has created.

“With ManhattanONE, we’re making it easier to address industry challenges by replacing the need to manage disparate real estate systems with a single, scalable solution. ManhattanONE centralizes portfolio, building, workplace and finance lease information to help organizations monitor and benchmark key real estate data and drive evidence-based decision-making. As a complete solution, ManhattanONE fulfills the strategic requirements of a future-proof application landscape with seamless access to the latest system developments as we continue to expand and extend the solution.”


“Using the right tools are an important part of a company’s ability to respond, recover and thrive in today’s environment,” says Francisco J. Acoba, managing director for Real Estate Transformation and Technology, Deloitte Consulting LLP. “We are thrilled to team with Trimble to help companies who are looking for a solution to optimize their real estate portfolios and leverage the technology to enable their return-to-the-office initiatives.”


“As a global architecture and interiors firm, HOK is aware of the worldwide challenge companies are having with how to move back into the workplace post COVID-19,” adds Cheryl Jefferies, senior principal at HOK. “We believe that having and using the right software is essential in managing physical distancing and space allocations. As a member of Trimble Real Estate’s Global Alliance Program, we are looking forward to introducing Trimble’s new ManhattanONE to customers and combining the solution with HOK’s leading space management services to help organizations through this difficult time.”


ManhattanONE is deployed via a continuously monitored SOC 1 and ISO 27001 certified cloud platform, powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS). This gives customers a modern IWMS without the constraints of building and maintaining their own underlying infrastructure as well as the financial benefits of eliminating the need to buy and maintain hardware.


ManhattanONE is available now. To learn more, visit


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Staff Reporter covers the latest news, trends and opinion from the facilities management (FM) and corporate real estate (CRE) sectors. The FM market is currently estimated to be worth USD 1 trillion annually and is projected to grow at a compounded annualised rate of approximately 5% between now and 2026.

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