Edge CEO talks tech, gives company updates

By |  November 28, 2017

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Edge | The Service Company Founder and CEO Andrew Richardson catches up with Pest Management Professional (PMP) at the National Pest Management Association’s PestWorld 2017, which took place Oct. 24–27 in Baltimore.

Founded in Denver, Colo., in 2009, Richardson bought its first service vehicle wholesale because of the huge dent in its side. It may not have been cosmetically pretty, but it was a workhorse that got them to their first customers — and by the end of 2009, they had generated $403,000 in revenue. By 2015, there were five branches serving six states, revenue of more than $16 million and a supplier debut at the National Pest Management Association’s PestWorld with its proprietary industry software, PestMate.

It’s safe to say that today, boasting 500 employees, Edge’s fleet of Ford Transit vans on the road in Utah, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Kansas, Missouri, Oregon and Washington are rolling dent-free.

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