David Giannetto. PHOTO: WORKWAVE

David Giannetto

Holmdel, N.J.-based WorkWave’s CEO, David F. Giannetto, has been named a Top 50 Software as a Service (SaaS) CEO for 2020 by The Software Report, a source for market research and insights related to the software sector.

The Top 50 SaaS CEOs of 2020 were selected based on nomination submissions from colleagues, peers and other software industry participants. Nominees were reviewed across a number of key areas including company performance, workplace culture, product strength and strategic decision-making.

“I am honored to be named one of this year’s Top 50 SaaS CEOs, which is a recognition that wouldn’t be possible without the strong, intelligent and passionate team that stands behind me as I lead WorkWave into its next stage of growth,” Giannetto said in a news release. “I am committed to continuing to develop WorkWave into the most successful SaaS field service software company, with a great company culture, and with employees who are empowered and proud to work here.”

Giannetto was recognized this year because of his forward-looking approach to his leadership, his passion for the customer and his commitment to his employees at WorkWave, a provider of cloud-based software solutions. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, under Giannetto’s leadership WorkWave has been able to protect every single employee’s job. WorkWave has been able to give its customers tools and support they needed to adapt to the changes that COVID-19 has brought upon their businesses, while also ensuring that they remain profitable and that they remain competitive.

He recently spearheaded a major company-wide initiative with the launch of WorkWave Payments, a streamlined, PCI Level 1-certified payment solution seamlessly integrated into WorkWave solutions.


In other WorkWave news, the software solutions provider is sponsoring an upcoming webinar hosted by the National Pest Management Association (NPMA): Non-target Rodenticide Exposure and Wildlife. Dr. Niamh Quinn from the University of California in Davis, Calif., will present during the Sept. 17 webinar from 2-3 p.m. EST. Pest management professionals (PMPs) interested in the scrutiny of rodenticides will learn about how researchers have begun investigating different aspects of rodenticide use to better understand how wildlife are becoming exposed. PMPs will learn about the latest findings, what they mean for the industry, and what efforts every PMP should make to protect future rodenticide use in the U.S.