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28.08.2013, 12:34

The Changing Workplace (CWP) becomes a teenager!

Author: The Changing Workplace

Software as a Service (SaaS) provider of CAFM solutions will continue to innovate and "help organisations identify opportunities for cost savings".


Thirteen years ago leading CAFM services provider The Changing Workplace (CWP) spotted a gap in the market for providing simple and secure web-based solutions for corporate real estate management. The company continues to expand and their ground-breaking product, WebCoRE allows monitoring and management of a global property portfolio from anywhere in the world.

Steve Thorley
Steve Thorley © The Changing Workplace (CWP)
Founder and CEO Steve Thorley explains, ‘It’s testament to the loyalty of our clients and partners and the quality of our staff, software and customer service that we’re still delivering successful CAFM solutions and developing innovative and relevant products and services. We’ve avoided a lot of the growing pains normally associated with technology companies and our growth has been steady and continual. Since the start of 2013 we’ve taken on eight new staff.’

The company has grown from 5 to 40 staff over the last thirteen years and substantially increased its client base and service portfolio. WebCoRE has proved itself to be a flexible and successful product in the face of technological advancements, client requirements and business demands and is now available via a variety of web-based platforms including desktop, mobile and tablet.

Steve Thorley adds, ‘In these challenging times it’s vital that we continue to innovate and help organisations identify opportunities for cost savings. By providing them with the software and expertise they need we can help to inform their strategic decision making. We constantly evaluate which skills we have in-house and who we need to ensure we remain at the forefront of CRE technology development and service delivery.’

With a wide client base ranging from Fortune 500 and FTSE 100 financial and technology services organisations to the public sector there is still plenty of room for growth. The company recently held a summer meeting and party to introduce new staff, reflect on the year so far, set new targets and celebrate new business successes. This culminated in a food, drinks and games including a keenly contested tug-of-war competition.

© The Changing Workplace (CWP)
CWP is also continuing its commitment to staff wellbeing and community involvement and has recently rolled out an Employee Assistance Programme and Cycle to Work scheme. Since the start of the year staff have raised over £1,750 through participating in the Brighton Half Marathon, Greater Haywards Heath Bike Ride, Race for Life and the London to Brighton Bike Ride.





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