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Founded 2002


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Developer of workplace management software designed to simplify the process of business workflow and management. The company's software provides portfolio management, forecasting and planning, space management software, scenario planning, asset management software and business analytics software which are cloud-based, enabling facilities managers to accelerate workplace innovation and maximize growth and profit.

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iOFFICE Revenue vs Funding


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In 2021, iOFFICE revenue run rate hit $15.1M in revenue.


iOFFICE Valuation and Funding History

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iOFFICE has 0 customers.

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iOFFICE has an annual churn rate of 0.00%

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iOFFICE has 262 employees. They have 26 sales reps that carry a quota They have an engineering team of 28. and a marketing team of 9.


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Don Traweek

Mark was there at the beginning of the Integrated Workplace Management System [IWMS} revolution. “At TRIRIGA, we joined with Gartner to create the IWMS market, took it global, and elevated the workplace. Now, we’re using AI, IoT, and analytics to transform the employee experience. With iOFFICE, we’re already doing it.” Mark joined TRIRIGA in 2003 to build the customer base, define the fledgling IWMS market with Gartner, and would go on bring the platform to GE, Nokia, and Capital One just to name a few of hundreds of customers. In 2007, Mark simultaneously lead Sales, Professional Services and Application Development, driving a pace of more than 20% growth annually. During this period, he managed the company’s alignment between product development, service delivery and sales. The result was a transformation in how the Fortune 1000 thought about their space, their people and the untapped potential of these assets. In 2011, Mark and his team sold the company to IBM.


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Frequently Asked Questions about iOFFICE

When was iOFFICE founded?

iOFFICE was founded in 2002.

Who is the CEO of iOFFICE?

The CEO of iOFFICE is Don Traweek

How many employees does iOFFICE have?

iOFFICE has 262 employees.

How much revenue does iOFFICE generate?

iOFFICE generates $15.1M in revenue.

How much funding does iOFFICE have?

iOFFICE has raised $0.0.

Where is iOFFICE headquarters?

iOFFICE is headquartered at HoustonTexasUnited States

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