Wastedge, software designed exclusively for the waste management and recycling industry, has delivered 250 per cent year on year growth in Australia and New Zealand in 2019 for parent company AMCS. This growth looks set to continue with the Cloud-based solution enabling companies to work from home which is critical in these post-pandemic times.
Wastedge is now used by more than 100 waste companies and councils across Australia and New Zealand with new clients Suez Australia and Remondis rolling out the software in 2019.
“Before Wastedge, there was no purpose-built software that had the ability to collate data for our specific industry needs”, explains Leonardo Scalia, Co-Founder and General Manager of Urban Waste. “Our increased efficiencies are phenomenal, particularly when we report our client data which is paramount in the waste management industry. We now always have that information at a moment’s notice. For us it’s all about increasing efficiencies right across in the business from customer service to operations, through to accounts and our sales database.”
AMCS Group Head of A/NZ Region Michael Bates said the combined Australia and New Zealand region was a standout performer for the group in 2019. “For the past three years, we have increased our revenue in this region by more than 100 per cent annually”, he says. “With Wastedge now a very stable platform and unscheduled downtime measured in only minutes per year, it has set up the local waste management and recycling industry as a responsive and ready sector for changing client needs, especially in these pandemic and post-pandemic times that call for more contactless delivery, real-time tracking and instantly available online data”.
Wastedge enables established waste & recycling companies to operate smarter, more seamlessly and more digitally, from the initial sales engagement through to collection process and invoicing, It is suitable for both single sites and multiple sites.
David Eccles, A/NZ Director of Enterprise Ireland who is supporting the company’s entry to Australia added: “Wastedge is a platform that we have seen the local waste management industry get genuinely excited about. It’s always a pleasure supporting local introductions as we know it’s making a real impact into the industry as it stands now and preparing it for the ‘new normal’ ahead”.
Interested parties can explore more, or book a free trial, at www.wastedge.com.