Texas-based WASTELINQ, a provider of waste management technology that enables waste generators and environmental service companies to maximize the business value of responsible waste management strategy and practices, announced the expansion of its operations nationwide.
In addition to its native Texas, WASTELINQ now supports users in California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia and Maryland.
WASTELINQ's software as a service (SaaS) enables customers to utilize solutions that achieve both environmental and financial stewardship, maximizing the business value of responsible waste management strategy.
Chief Financial Officer Ken Odom attributes growing demands for WASTELINQ solutions to “the company's deep roots in the environmental services space.”
"We deliver on our vision by letting the people who have done waste management design the tools that would have allowed them to do their jobs better, the tools they wished they had when they started in the industry," said Odom in a statement. "The result is a set of tools that work the way they're supposed to in the field."
Frank Virginia of Denver-based AET Environmental explained the value that WASTELINQ brings to their operations.
"The WASTELINQ Enterprise systems gives us the tools we need to run our business efficiently with the flexibility to make changes as necessary,” said Virginia in a statement. “They really understand the business, and their customer service has been outstanding."
In addition, WASTELINQ said it sees more geographic expansion in its future. The company recently appointed industry veteran Jackie Losco-Nunez to lead sales and support efforts in the southeast region of the United States.
"Jackie brings a wealth of industry experience and a history of cultivating deep partnerships in the environmental services space," added Odom. "She is the perfect example of the type of commitment to customer success that WASTELINQ is relying on and will be a great asset to customers in the critical southeast region."