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New Image Software Releases SmartPest App

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SmartPest Paperless Office 12 now available for iOS devices, the company announced.

| February 13, 2013

CORINTH, Texas - New Image Software announced the release of SmartPest Paperless Office 12.

SmartPest is the subscription version of the company's WDI FX product, which has served the pest control industry for 20 years, according to Richard Jordan, the company's president. "We have been waiting for many years for all the pieces to finally come together - easy to use and affordable hardware, fast wireless data networks and state-of-the-art office and mobile device software."

The compant said SmartPest is built on top of Apple's FileMaker Pro 12 database system, which makes it possible for clients to access SmartPest from iPhones and iPads.

Learn more about the system here

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