Target Specialty Products partners with WorkWave

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March 2, 2021

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March 2, 2021


LOGOS: WORKWAVE, TARGET SPECIALTY PRODUCTS

LOGOS: WORKWAVE, TARGET SPECIALTY PRODUCTS

WorkWave, a Holmdel, N.J.-based provider of cloud-based software solutions that support every stage of a service business’ life cycle, has integrated Target Specialty Products into WorkWave Marketplace, its new in-app platform for exclusive savings and offerings.

The initiative offers WorkWave customers broad, exclusive discounts on all materials and supplies when ordering directly through WorkWave PestPac’s integration into the Target Specialty Products e-commerce platform.

According to a news release, the integration also offers “improved convenience, efficiency and value on every purchase,” which will only be available to WorkWave customers through this partnership. As a provider of pest control and turf and ornamental solutions in the U.S. and Canada, Santa Fe Springs, Calif.-based Target Specialty Products has an extensive product catalog and the expertise to support service operators.

“WorkWave is doing something for our customer base, and for the industry we lead, that has never been done before. This is an industry-changing partnership that will provide our pest control customers substantial savings that will directly cut their costs, improve their profitability, and allow them to reinvest to grow their business,” WorkWave CEO David Giannetto said in the news release. “When we launched WorkWave Payments, many in the industry were unsure as to why we did it. With this program, WorkWave customers will see that as their true partner we can use the power of WorkWave Payments on their behalf, to offer them direct, bottom-line savings that they could never achieve on their own.”

“Target Specialty Products and PestPac will take the customer experience to the next level by not only offering a broad line of products accessed through PestPac, but also offering new integrated digital value for our customers,” Target Specialty Products President David Helt said in the new release. “It’s not just about providing quick and easy access to one of the largest product portfolios in the industry.  It’s also about leveraging the partnership with PestPac to improve pest control owners’ efficiency, service cost, and ultimate profitability via the digital relationship. PestPac customers will be just a click away from accessing all the products and solutions that they need through a quick online transaction and a click away from enhancing their profitability and growing their businesses.”

The partnership combines not just e-commerce technology and product catalog, but “also improves the customer experience and expertise of service operators by making their deep knowledge and experience available as well,” according to the news release.

Visit PestPac.com/marketplace for more information on this program and to see how you can qualify.

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Heather Gooch

Heather Gooch is the editor-in-chief for PMP magazine. She can be reached at hgooch@northcoastmedia.net or 330-321-9754.

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