IBM already manages computers with software. Now it wants to manage buildings.
The computing giant today said it intends to acquire Las Vegas-based Tririga for an undisclosed amount, giving IBM software for managing a portfolio of buildings, including projects to improve building efficiency and lower carbon emissions.
IBM said it is part of its strategy to give corporations better ways to manage their facilities and equipment. Tririga's applications will be part of IBM's Tivoli division of management software.
"Having one view of building operations worldwide will be a powerful tool to help organizations control and optimize their … Read more