WiredScore has officially announced the company´s national expansion after a successful launch in 2017 that established Toronto as the company´s first flagship market in Canada, the company said.
Founded in New York City, WiredScore has expanded the Wired Certification platform to six countries to address the demand for the technology benchmark.
Wired Certification rates the infrastructure, connectivity and technological capacity of buildings. The certification helps landlords communicate their connectivity as a valuable asset to tenants, prompting shorter leasing cycles and, according to analysis by the CoStar Portfolio Strategy team, an increase in price per square foot in Wired Certified assets.
Six months after entering the Canadian market, 75 office buildings have committed to Wired Certification including CIBC Square, TD Centre, Scotia Plaza, One York Street, Maison Manuvie, and Vancouver Centre II. Organizations including Amazon, IBM, Sun Life, CIBC and Deutsche Bank occupy space in Wired Certified buildings across Canada.
Wired Certification is the internationally recognized rating system that helps landlords design and promote their buildings´ great digital connectivity to tenants. Over 4 million tenants in more than 1400 buildings globally trust Wired Certification as the benchmark for Internet that meets their needs. For more information on Wired Certification visit: http://wiredscore.com