On June 27th, 2022, Brightly was acquired by Siemens at a valuation between $1.58 and $1.88 billion. Brightly is a cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider of asset management solutions to education, healthcare, government, clubs, and other commercial industries. the company's suite of software includes CMMS, EAM, Strategic Asset Management, IoT Remote Monitoring, Sustainability and Community Engagement. Brightly was formerly known as Dude Solutions. The company was founded in 1999 and is based in Cary, North Carolina.
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Latest Brightly News
Aug 31, 2023
Author of the article: Article content Recognition represents the company’s commitment to deliver intelligent asset management and capital planning solutions to the global market We apologize, but this video has failed to load. Try refreshing your browser, or Brightly Named an Industry Leader in Asset Investment Planning (AIP) Software by Independent Analyst Firm Back to video CARY, N.C. & LONDON — Brightly Software , the global leader in intelligent asset management solutions, today announced it has been recognized as “a Leader” in the Verdantix Green Quadrant®: Asset Investment Planning Software 2023 report. In the report, Brightly is acknowledged for delivering advanced, all-around AIP software capabilities to the global market, including strengths in user interfaces, asset performance modelling, and long-term investment planning capabilities. The report also acknowledges Brightly’s momentum in financial resources, organizational resources, vision and commercial strategy, and partnerships. Advertisement 2 THIS CONTENT IS RESERVED FOR SUBSCRIBERS ONLY Subscribe now to read the latest news in your city and across Canada. Exclusive articles by Kevin Carmichael, Victoria Wells, Jake Edmiston, Gabriel Friedman and others. Daily content from Financial Times, the world's leading global business publication. Unlimited online access to read articles from Financial Post, National Post and 15 news sites across Canada with one account. National Post ePaper, an electronic replica of the print edition to view on any device, share and comment on. Daily puzzles, including the New York Times Crossword. SUBSCRIBE TO UNLOCK MORE ARTICLES Subscribe now to read the latest news in your city and across Canada. Exclusive articles by Kevin Carmichael, Victoria Wells, Jake Edmiston, Gabriel Friedman and others. 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Together with Siemens, Brightly continues to invest in its portfolio of asset and energy management solutions and AIP software to support organizations in making smarter, data-driven decisions to improve asset outcomes. “As organizations face economic pressures and a heightened emphasis on ESG, capital planning and operational efficiency remain critical for organizations to make strategic decisions about asset management, maintenance and capital investment. Efficiency is everything, and with our ability to predict asset performance over 1-100 years with non-linear optimizations and industry-specific deterioration patterns, we’re supporting organizations in making optimal short- and long-term investment planning decisions,” said Kevin Kemmerer, chief executive officer at Brightly. “Being recognized as a Leader is validation of our mission to lead the way to a bright future.” Analysis & Findings This Verdantix Green Quadrant® report analyzes prominent AIP vendors in the market and surveys corporate users and operational efficiency decision makers. The analysis outlines key industry trends driving growth in the AIP space, including aging assets and the greater integration of KPIs within operational strategies and benefits such as improved decision-making, reduced risk, compliance with regulations and access to climate risk analysis (Source: Verdantix, Green Quadrant: AIP Software 2023). Based on market momentum and product capabilities within the Green Quadrant, Brightly earned a top position in the Leaders’ Quadrant. “Spend on AIP software is set to grow, with providers looking to differentiate by offering end-to-end asset lifecycle capabilities, enhancing ESG capabilities, leveraging machine learning (ML) analytics, developing lightweight applications, upgrading usability and improving connectivity with other asset management solutions. Brightly Software, as a Leader in the market, is well positioned to deliver a strong AIP offering with visual what-if scenario modelling for custom long-term investment plans, test funding scenarios and manage budgets,” commented Kiran Darmasseelane, senior analyst, operational excellence at Verdantix. Advertisement 3 Article content “The landscape for AIP has rapidly evolved and the report’s analysis supports our work developing a solutions portfolio to address our global clients’ greatest asset management challenges,” said Brian Bell, senior vice president, strategy at Brightly. “We’re pleased to see our innovation efforts recognized by an independent analyst firm like Verdantix and we will continue to partner with organizations on their journey toward sustainable asset lifecycle prediction and management.” To learn more about the Verdantix “Green Quadrant: Asset Investment Planning Software 2023” report, visit www.verdantix.com . To learn more about Brightly’s offerings, visit: www.brightlysoftware.com . About Brightly Software Brightly, a Siemens company, enables organizations to transform the performance of their assets. As the global leader in intelligent asset management solutions, Brightly’s sophisticated cloud-based platform leverages more than 20 years of data to deliver predictive insights that help users through the key phases of the entire asset lifecycle. More than 12,000 clients of every size worldwide depend on Brightly’s complete suite of intuitive software – including CMMS, EAM, Strategic Asset Management, IoT Remote Monitoring, Sustainability and Community Engagement. Paired with award-winning training, support and consulting services, Brightly helps light the way to a bright future with smarter assets and sustainable communities. For more information, visit www.brightlysoftware.com . View source version on businesswire.com: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20230830065010/en/ Contacts
Brightly Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Brightly founded?
Brightly was founded in 1999.
Where is Brightly's headquarters?
Brightly's headquarters is located at 11000 Regency Parkway, Cary.
What is Brightly's latest funding round?
Brightly's latest funding round is Acquired - II.
How much did Brightly raise?
Brightly raised a total of $100M.
Who are the investors of Brightly?
Investors of Brightly include Siemens, ALPHA Facilities Solutions, Clearlake Capital Group and Warburg Pincus.
Who are Brightly's competitors?
Competitors of Brightly include Manusis 4 and 7 more.
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