Consistent with its focus on becoming a global leader in Corporate Real Estate (CRE) technology, Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) has entered into an agreement to acquire BRG, a recognized expert in workplace technology consulting, technology implementation, and space and move management services. The transaction is expected to close next month, subject to customary closing conditions.
JLL is changing the way that CRE technology will be delivered. By providing holistic, end-to-end technology and consulting solutions that support specialist software applications as well as broad Integrated Workplace Management Systems (IWMS), JLL will offer clients greater flexibility and choice, accelerated productivity and improved user experiences…
BRG has built a reputation for helping companies successfully implement new technology systems, optimize underperforming existing technology platforms and understand how to better integrate tools to deliver workplace strategies. BRG:
- Helps organizations optimize and align their real estate technology, processes, data governance and performance management methods with their organizational missions.
- Implements and integrates off-the-shelf IWMS technologies with an emphasis on functional alignment, user adoption and rapid time-to-value. It is one of the most successful IWMS integrators and has dedicated practices and expert certification in ARCHIBUS, Manhattan, CenterStone, IBM TRIRIGA and iOffice software.
- Provides program management solutions to execute workplace, space, occupancy, and move, add and change (MAC) projects, as well as asset management functions.
As a result of the acquisition, JLL will form a new Technology Solutions team that will be led by Traci Doane, currently President and CEO of BRG…
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