The WorkOasis™ application and site is owned by FM Solutions, LLC a facility management consulting and technology company that was founded by Bob Dickhaus in 2001.
Bob Dickhaus is one of the best-known executives within the facility management industry, having been President and Chief Operating Officer of Johnson Controls' $1.5 billion global facility management outsourcing business, founder and Chairman of the Board of Prenova, Inc. (1997), founder and Chairman of the Board of Prosero, Inc. (1999) and co-founder and Managing Partner of FM Solutions™.
In 2002, he was selected by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP and Michael Corbett & Associates as a finalist in receiving "The Outsourcing World Achievement Award" for his work in developing outsourcing in the facility management, energy and procurement industries. He is a frequent speaker at the energy think tank, E-Source, in Boulder, Colorado, and has been a member of the Defense Sciences Board of U.S. Government, having consulted in the areas of privatization and outsourcing.
Bob has had personal involvement in over 150 commercial outsourcing projects in the telecommunications, technology, pharmaceutical, retail, banking, healthcare, and manufacturing industries. Major clients have included AT&T, IBM, Microsoft, Intel, Glaxo, SmithKline Beecham, Federated Department Stores, The GAP, Home Depot, Bank of America, Columbia Healthcare and Lucent Technologies. He has been recognized for pioneering the use of technology in the areas of centralized work control, predictive maintenance, field technician automation, Internet based procurement and information management. He also has an extensive background in international operations having formed international facility operations throughout Europe, Middle East, Asia and South America.
WorkOasis™ was created specifically for owners and managers of large portfolios of commercial real estate based on the insights of reengineering facility management business processes of some of the leading real estate organizations in the industry.