Aptive Environmental is changing the way it monitors local pest activity through a new monitoring system.
Powered by the company’s vast quantities of real-time data, Aptive Environmental created a “Pest Neighborhood Activity” map that tracks, reviews, analyzes and forecasts pest activity at a zip code level. In addition to its extensive in-house customer and pest information, Aptive Environmental leverages millions of data points within zip codes across the country.
This database has led Aptive to have a comprehensive and dynamic algorithm to assess the lifecycle and seasonal behavior of mosquitoes, ants, cockroaches, rats, mice and other common pests. The outcome is a detailed, informative pest heat map helping the company stay one step ahead of potential infestations and protecting customers and their homes. This new innovation allows Aptive to craft proactive pest control solutions for every account.
“The Pest Neighborhood Activity showcases Aptive’s commitment to continuous innovation,” Leonard Carder, COO of Aptive Enivornmental, said in the news release. “As a tech-focused company, our proprietary algorithm equips our team with the information needed to proactively prepare and protect customers’ homes.”
About Aptive Environmental
Founded in 2015 by Vess Pearson with David Royce, Aptive Environmental provides pest control services to customers in 34 states across the U.S. The company has over 700,000 customers with services in over 120 different locations and has over 2,400 employees. Aptive Environmental is also a member of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Pesticide Environmental Stewardship Program (EPA PESP) and has partnered with the United Nations Foundation’s “United to Beat Malaria” to help stop the spread of malaria transmitted by mosquito bites.