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24.07.2018, 13:51

Dussmann Service Oracle Deutschland Contract

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Dussmann Service is delivering total facilities management (TFM) services at 15 Oracle Deutschland B.V. & Co. KG sites under a contract that commenced in February.


Specific services include:  technical management, maintenance of technical systems in buildings and processes, house technician services, cleaning, security and reception, mail and telephony services, and conference services (including catering).


Oracle offers a comprehensive and fully integrated stack of cloud applications and platform services. Its headquarters are in Redwood City, California. The German Oracle contract expands the Dussmann Service multinational client portfolio: In Italy, the IT giant is already a Dussmann client.


“Oracle did not make price the only criterion; our sales team was able to demonstrate the benefits of putting the management of real estate into the hands of an innovative provider and the outstanding knowledge and skills of staff sent a powerful message. We are happy to experience the confidence that Oracle has shown us with this contract and we have already received positive feedback on the professionalism of personnel during the start-up phase” comments Dr. Wolfgang Häfele, executive board spokesman of the Dussmann Group, responsible for the facility management operations of the Group in the DACH region. The contract partners intend to expand the cooperation at a strategic level.


Oracle provides its personnel a modern working environment with smart offices. Dussmann Service reacts flexibly to the constantly changing conditions and adjusts its service portfolio accordingly. The attractive working environment at the Oracle sites was a key feature in the recruitment of skilled staff for the contract as was the image of Dussmann Service as a major employer with global activities.


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