IFS completes the acquisition of WorkWave LLC
IFS , the global enterprise applications company, today announced the completion of its previously communicated acquisition of WorkWave LLC (“WorkWave”). The addition of WorkWave means that IFS now offers the most complete, connected Service Management solutions for all sizes of service-centric businesses.
WorkWave has established itself as a leading provider of highly scalable, cloud-based Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions for the field service, last mile delivery and logistics industries. WorkWave primarily serves small & medium sized (SMB) service businesses, with specific vertical focus on Pest Control, Lawn & Landscape, Cleaning & Janitorial, Heating/Ventilation/AC, Plumbing & Electrical and Logistics.
Alastair Sorbie, President & CEO of IFS, said, “We are pleased to have now concluded the acquisition of WorkWave and look forward to working with the team to deliver the best service solutions in the market. IFS has made several acquisitions in the service market this year, which are helping accelerate our growth and extend our leadership in a market we have always believed in and remain committed to.”
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