Not only do we, at Batzner Pest Management, provide the best, most effective pest control solutions available, we pride ourselves in providing excellent customer service. But, don’t take our word for it, take it from them...
Batzner Pest Management is a proud member of the Better Business Bureau and winner of the 2011 and 2006 BBB Torch Award for Business Ethics. We were awarded runner up in 2010 and 2004, and we received an honorable mention for this award in 2005. The BBB has also given us an A+ rating, the highest rating available, because they know that we stand behind our services and promote ethical business practices.
BPM has earned, for the 11th time, the “Angie’s List Super Service Award.” This recognition is based on achieving and maintaining a SUPERIOR service rating on Angie’s List throughout 2001-2003 and 2005-2012. (In 2004, although our ratings were positive, we didn’t have the minimum number of ratings to qualify for the award.)
Angie’s List collects service ratings on local companies from area homeowners. Unlike referral-type services, companies do not pay to be on Angie’s List, nor can they put themselves on the list.
Winning this award is a great achievement. Less than 3% of the companies on Angie’s List were even eligible for the award and even a smaller percentage of companies were actually awarded the honor.
Thank You to Angie’s List and our loyal clients for recognizing us for this honorable award!
Batzner is proud to be named in the Top 100 again in 2012. Moving up the ranks to #63, we continue to climb the list as a result of dedication to business growth and development.
Inc. Magazine ranked Batzner Pest Management, Inc. number 4154 on its annual Inc. 5000. One of the most prestigious honors in American business, the Inc. 5000 ranks the 5000 fastest growing companies based on revenue growth over the span of three years: 2008-2011.
The Inc. 5000 list, a extension of the Inc. 500, provides a comprehensive look at the entrepreneurial portion of the U.S. economy. The companies on the Inc. 5000 list this year contributed $321.6 billion in revenue to the U.S. economy. To qualify, compaines must be U.S.-based, privately held, for-profit, independent entities and have posted minimum revenues of $80,000 and $2 million in 2008 and 2011 (respectively).
The Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce's (MMAC) Council of Small Business Executives (COSBE) named Batzner a Future 50 company, an honor that recognizes rising stars in southeastern Wisconsin's business communities.
This is the 22nd year of the program, and it was started by the MMAC to recognize the outstanding achievements of local, privately-owned companies in the seven county region that have been in business for at least three years and have shown significant revenue and employment growth. This year's Future 50 had a combined total employement of 3,537 and $623.7 million in revenue by year-end 2009. “These companies point to where our economy is headed and with a strong showing of firms in all categories, we are headed in the right direction,” said Mary Steinbrecher, COSBE's executive director.
In 2012, Batzner was awarded the "Top Workplaces 2012" award by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Batzner was also awarded this recognition in 2010 and 2011. This award celebrates organizations that provide their employees with a great place to work. Companies recognized as a Top Workplace have been selected following a survey of their employees – and only the companies that employees have rated as the best companies to work for have received the award; workers themselves determined the rankings. Batzner ranked #34 in the Small companies segment.
In 2011, over 1,600 organizations across 11 regions of the US will have had their workplaces assessed by employees. The workplace surveys are conducted by an independent research company, WorkplaceDynamics LLC, and the programs are run in conjunction with The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
We are very grateful to our outstanding employees! Without their hard work and dedication, this organization would never be where it is today.
Dedicated to providing the highest level of client satisfaction, Batzner employees go through rigorous training before they are entrusted to represent the company. One such program, Ant Identification and Management 101 Training Program, has been named winner of the 2010 Entomology Educational Project Award by the Board of Certified Entomologists of Mid-America; an honor that normally is bestowed upon university teaching programs and extension projects.
Created by Ted Snyder, Training & Technical Services Manager, the computer based program teaches employees how to correctly identify ants through an interactive process that reinforces the skills they use daily out in the field.
In this fifth year for the competition, Corporate Report Wisconsin teamed with the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh College of Business and Associated Bank to present the Small Business Success Stories Awards.
This award was presented to small businesses with stories of fast growth, innovation, ability to transition from the past to the present, innovation in products and business models, a common theme emerges: These successful entrepreneurs and businesspeople had faced adversity but were tenacious enough to succeed, at times in a big way.
We are truly grateful for the recognition of this award!
Batzner Pest Management was recently honored with The International IPM (Integrated Pest Management) Excellence Award. Awarded on behalf of the IPM Institute of North America at the 6th International IPM Symposium, this award recognizes our efforts to reduce potential risks to human health and our environment through our Green Shield Certified service offerings, Balanced As Nature (B.A.N.) System –“ Green Healthy Homes” and “Ultimate Green Brand Protection.”
Jerry Batzner, President of the over 60 year old company bearing his name, Batzner Pest Management, Inc., has been awarded The Bravo! Entrepreneur Award by The Small Business Times. Jerry Batzner said, “It is an honor and a privilege to receive this award. Our entire Batzner Team is always humbled when our hard work, and dedication to providing exceptional service for our clients, is recognized.”
The award honors business owners for excellence in business leadership and those who demonstrate the best traits of entrepreneurship, including willingness to take risk, drive, and perseverance. These awards are given annually to just ten of southeastern Wisconsin's most dynamic and innovative business leaders.
Batzner Pest Management, Inc. has been named one of the "Best Places to Work" in Southeastern Wisconsin by Milwaukee Magazine. Results of this rigorous and highly competitive selection process will be published in the April 2008 issue. Batzner Pest Management is one of just nine small organizations (100 or fewer employees) to be honored.
Overall, 33 Southeastern Wisconsin companies earned the title of "Best Places to Work" within the categories of large (500 or more employees), medium (101 to 499 employees) and small (100 or fewer employees) in a study by Milwaukee Magazine and MRA-The Management Association.
“We are extremely honored to receive this award,” said Jerry Batzner. “Our Team at Batzner works hard every day to deliver superior service and it is outstanding to be recognized for our accomplishments. I know we all try our best every day to be the best in the Pest Management Industry and the Marketplace. We truly appreciate this recognition.”
This national award is one of four components of the Crown Awards program. The program honors leading pest management companies and shares their customer service success stories for the benefit of the entire industry.
The Best-In-Class component of the Crown Awards is segmented into three class sizes- small, medium, and large, and it is awarded to only three of the 18,000 U.S. companies in the pest management industry.
We are honored to receive this award for our dedication to our customers and our desire to continually improve our working relationships. We would not have received this award without the support of our clients. Thank You!!
In October, 2004, Jerry Batzner was named one of PCT-Pest Control Technology Magazine's Leadership Award Recipients
Each year Pest Control Technology magazine names a group of approximately 10 individuals as recipients of their Leadership Awards. These are individuals who exemplify the qualities that mold and uphold the pest control industry. This award is given to individuals that PCT Magazine would like to honor as outstanding leaders in the pest management industry. It’s PCT’s way of acknowledging the contributions to pest management professionals who uphold the highest standards of industry ethics and personal integrity.