Our Story

Worksmith was started with one goal in mind:
to make your job easier.


The name Worksmith represents our core values: hard work paired with creativity. Just as a wordsmith uses words to creatively express ideas, we use innovative technology to tackle difficult tasks. Our tool is our software-enabled marketplace, and our trade is making hard work easy.

Worksmith was founded in 2015 with the mission of using modern technology to easily connect commercial tenants with local service providers. We believed there was a better way to leverage technology to make the hard work of finding, scheduling, managing, and paying local service providers easy.


We set out to create the solution: a software-enabled marketplace that reimagines facilities maintenance as a simple process. Since then, we have expanded to a variety of industries and service lines, and today we service over 1,000 locations across the US and Canada.

Our unique marketplace model means Worksmith is exceptionally positioned to get the right service provider to the right place at the right time at the most competitive price. When your request is submitted through the Worksmith platform, our network of local service providers in your area bids for the job, and our platform handles scheduling. In addition, Worksmith Client Success is an extension of your team - we manage the details to ensure your job gets done on time, every time.

We believe in the power of the marketplace model. We offer our software for free to commercial tenants and local service providers to ensure interactions are automated instead of manual. We provide tenants with a positive experience in handling facilities management and local service providers with the opportunity to bid on new jobs.


The Worksmith Team


Worksmith is an extension of your team. We work around the clock to ensure every job is completed successfully. Our Support team is dedicated to your success, actively managing the details so you can focus on your business and trust your work orders are in good hands. 

The Worksmith team is such a pleasure to work with. They’re always nice, are very professional, and they give me the information I need.
— Handyman Matters, Chicago

Bryan Burkhart - CEO

Bryan Burkhart is the Founder and CEO of Worksmith. Bryan has extensive leadership and management experience gained through more than two decades in the software industry. He began his career at Trilogy Software in Austin, Texas. Later he served as Senior Vice President of Global Sales at Callidus Software, Inc. (IPO - NASDAQ: CALD), where he was responsible for all revenue and managed the company’s sales operations globally. Bryan founded and served as CEO of H.Bloom Inc., acquired by Tenth Avenue Holdings. Bryan graduated from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania with a BS in Entrepreneurial Management.


Cassandra Miller - Vice President, Account Management

As Vice President of Account Management, Cassie is responsible for all client relations and ensures our clients expectations are met to their satisfaction. Cassie previously was Director of Sales at H.Bloom and has a B.S in Communication Studies from Northwestern. In her free time, she enjoys outdoor activities and seeing live music. 


Steve Hehl - Vice President, Engineering

Steve is the Vice President of Engineering, and oversees all things technology at Worksmith.  He is responsible for delivering impactful software solutions in a timely fashion.  Steve was previously the head of Engineering for H.Bloom and has a BS in Software Engineering from Columbia University.  In his spare time, Steve enjoys watching his favorite sports teams and trying out new restaurants in the area.


Michaela Lindsay - Vice President, Marketplace Development

As Vice President of Marketplace Development, Michaela builds the community of local service providers to ensure every job is done on time, every time. She previously oversaw the small business lending division of a private commercial finance company and earned her MBA from the University of Texas at Austin. When not connecting local service providers with commercial clients, Michaela is on the hike and bike trail around Austin or volunteering with Big Brothers Big Sisters.