HOLMDEL, NJ – WorkWave, a provider of cloud-based software solutions that support every stage of a service business’s lifecycle, announced that WorkWave PestPac has been awarded Silver in this year’s Best in Biz Awards for Enterprise Product of the Year. WorkWave PestPac has also been named a finalist in this year’s Cloud Awards for Best Software as a Service in the U.S.
WorkWave PestPac empowers pest control companies of all sizes to transform their business processes to drive strong business results. Enterprise customers in particular have unique challenges when servicing commercial customers, as they can expect to be faced with more robust business processes and services, alongside an expectation of the highest-level service and thorough auditing.
“Every pest control company we work with is seeking to drive growth, and with this growth comes increased complexity, especially for mid-market and enterprise customers. We are continuing our strong focus on making PestPac scalable, easy-to-use, yet robust enough to handle everything from digital marketing, to real-time field communications, to reporting and billing – all with seamless execution,” said David F. Giannetto, CEO of WorkWave. “It is our mission to empower our customers to reach their full potential, and WorkWave is unique in the industry – PestPac is the only solution with the depth and breadth of features and functionality that allow pest control organizations of all sizes to generate more revenue and increase profitability in every area of their business.”
Since 2011, Best in Biz Awards’ entrants have spanned the spectrum from the most innovative local companies and start-ups, to some of the most recognizable global brands. Each year, winners of the Best in Biz Awards are determined based on scoring from independent judging panels assembled from some of the most respected newspapers, TV, and radio outlets, and business, consumer, technology, and trade publications in North America. The 2019 judging panel included, among others, writers from Accounting Today, AdWeek, Associated Press, Barron’s, Consumer Affairs, eWeek, Healthcare Innovation News, Inc., Investment Advisor Magazine, USA Today, and Wired.