WorkWave continues to grow


July 30, 2015

WorkWave logoWorkWave, a provider of cloud-based field service management and “last mile” fleet management software solutions, has announced significant growth in the first half of 2015, increasing core recurring revenue by 55 percent and staff by nearly 30 percent, while adding more than 900 new customers, with key customer wins US Coachways, Friendly’s Ice Cream, Fort Point Beer Co., Hoskins Pest Control,  Budget Pest Control, Molly Maid, City of Houston and Spring-Green.

“Demand for WorkWave’s field service management and fleet management software solutions continues to grow among both small businesses and enterprise customers, as they increasingly realize that efficiencies from the cloud continue to make their options more affordable and effective,” says CEO Chris Sullens. Earlier this year, Sullens was named a winner in the 2015 Globee Awards, recognizing company growth and success alongside other privately held organizations from around the world.

WorkWave increased staff from 144 employees to more than 180 during the first half of 2015, and expects to reach the 200-employee count by the end of 2015. Additionally, the Neptune, N.J.-based company announced its corporate rebrand and recent acquisition of Foxtrax GPS, a cloud-based, fleet tracking technology firm, both of which help strengthen its position as a leader in mobility solutions for the field service and fleet management industries.

Founded in 1984 as Marathon Data Systems, WorkWave has been recognized with multiple awards for its growth and culture, including the Inc. 5000, SmartCEO Future 50, and Best Places to Work in New Jersey.


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