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ServSuite Mobile Now Available on Windows 8

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With this update, ServSuite Mobile is now available on all major operating systems being used by most mobile devices.

| February 21, 2013

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Service Pro.net, developers of ServSuite has just announced that the ServSuite Mobile app is now available for the new Windows 8 operating system.

Last year, Service Pro.net launched its mobile pest management software application ServSuite Mobile, available on both the Android and iOS operating system. ServSuite Mobile gave pest control companies the flexibility they needed in order to increase their revenues and decrease their expenses, according to Service Pro.net.

This month, Service Pro.net has announced that ServSuite Mobile is now available to all Windows 8-based devices. With this update, ServSuite Mobile is now available on all major operating systems being used by most mobile devices.

Pest control businesses can now access their database and files while out in the field. Everything they need in order to be more productive and be more cost-efficient is now available on the go, Service Pro.net reports. For more information contact the company at sales@servsuite.net or call 614/874-4300.
 

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