NPMA partners with WorkWave


May 18, 2022


The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) announced the inclusion of WorkWave, a provider of pest control software and solutions, as a strategic partner of the organization.

WorkWave has been in the pest control industry for nearly 40 years, and is known for its industry software program, PestPac.

“NPMA values WorkWave’s strong commitment to pest management professionals and overall ongoing support of the industry. From driving new customer growth to providing leading-edge technology and payment solutions, WorkWave is always at the forefront leading our industry into the future. We look forward to an even stronger collaboration with WorkWave to develop initiatives that support our members and power the future of pest control,” NPMA CEO Dominique Stumpf said in a news release.

As part of its partnership with NPMA, WorkWave will continue to serve as the exclusive sponsor of NPMA’s Executive Leadership Program, which identifies and trains aspiring association leaders to establish a pipeline of engaged members that represents NPMA’s diverse membership. The two-year curriculum involves professional development, association training, monthly mentoring and attendance at NPMA events. WorkWave will also sponsor the annual NPMA Gives award, which showcases the charitable donations, programs and time contributed by NPMA member companies to their communities.

“Our shared vision for the industry made joining NPMA as a strategic partner a natural fit for WorkWave,” David Giannetto, CEO of WorkWave, said in the news release. “We are completely committed to driving the pest control industry into the future, not only through our innovative solutions and strong partnership with our customers, but also by partnering with NPMA on broader initiatives that support PMPs and the industry as a whole. We’re thrilled to formalize our relationship and look forward to a lasting partnership that jointly supports the thousands of pest management professionals that have made this industry what it is today.”


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