Ascend enterprise ascend scorecard

RAIN – "Ascend Scorecard" for Enterprise Leaders leading £51m+ turnover FM business ​

Designed for CXOs of UKs Leading Facilities Management & Workplace Services Strategic Suppliers

Is Your FM Company Scalable in the Covid19 Environment?

Get your "Ascension Score", benchmark your competitive position & revitalise growth !  

You’ll be asked 40 short questions based on the 5 domains of Baachu ASCENSION matrix.

When you’re finished, your ascension score will bucket your business in the following categories wherein

Survivors : (Scores 0 – 33) playing defence, their customers have been massively disrupted and (despite their growth capabilities) they need to cut costs continuously to survive 

Observers: (Scores 34 – 74) tactically reacting, companies here are observing industry conditions and making adjustments periodically.

Accelerators: (Scores 75 – 100) market leaders, these companies quickly adapt and execute strategies to grow faster than the industry trend.

Benchmark your business with competition, identify and eliminate the constraints that are holding your business back. 

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The United Kingdom is one of the largest markets for facility management services in Europe in terms of maturity and sophistication. The market is highly competitive as well, owing to the presence of several organized players and strong presence of top global companies, such as Mitie, ISS, Sodexo, CBRE, JLL among others.

The market has been valued at USD 63.97 billion in 2020 by Mordor Intelligence. Frost & Sullivan estimates the UK FM Industry revenues to be $43 Billion. As per our database the overall FM market in the UK stands at £107.2 billion in TCV. The public sector contributes 59% while the private sector contributes 41%. Among the service types Hard & Soft FM Contributed almost equally at 36% & 35% respectively. The integrated services contributed with 29%. Local government authorities were the lead buyers in the overall stack with 19% of value contribution followed by Central Government and Office both at 14% each.

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