Workwave Appoints New CEO
WorkWave, a provider of cloud-based software solutions that support every stage of a service business’s life cycle, announced that David F. Giannetto has been promoted to become its chief executive officer.
Giannetto has spent the past eight months serving as WorkWave’s chief operating officer, where he has spearheaded key initiatives across product, marketing, engineering, sales, services, and support – including the launch of WorkWave Payments, a first for the service industry.
“I have been truly impressed by the talent of our employees, and their passion to help our hard-working customers succeed in their highly diverse and highly competitive industries,” says Giannetto. “I could not be more proud to lead this group, and appreciative for the trust that Marne Martin and Darren Roos have placed in me. As CEO of WorkWave, I am committed to empowering both our customers and our employees to reach their full potentials.”
In his role as CEO, Giannetto will utilize customer relationships to continue to deliver powerful, forward-looking solutions that will drive the success of WorkWave customers, elevate WorkWave’s position in the service industry, and propel WorkWave forward into its next stage of growth.
Giannetto steps into the role following Marne Martin, who will now be fully dedicating her time to the IFS Service Management Business Unit and other key IFS initiatives.
“David’s extensive experience in the service industry has allowed him to really immerse himself into the WorkWave products, customers, and company culture,” says Marne Martin, president of IFS Service Management Business Unit. “I am pleased that David will be at the helm of WorkWave, a critical part of the IFS family. We look forward to all of the exciting things he has planned for the company and its customers.”
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