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Service Pro Holds Open House

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The company opened its doors to clients and partners last month.

| September 12, 2013

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Service Pro, developers of pest control software, opened its doors to its clients just a year after moving in to the company’s new and expanded corporate headquarters building. The open house, held Aug. 22, was the first of its kind for the family-owned and -operated company.

The open house was held as part of Service Pro.net’s 20th year anniversary celebration. Twenty-one participants from the pest control and lawn care industries were welcomed by the Service Pro.net staff at the Columbus, Ohio world headquarters. Companies like Dow Chemical Company, Larue Pest Management, Massey Services, Midstate Termite & Pest Control Inc., NorthWest Exterminating, Witt Pest Management, PCT Magazine and PMP Magazine all sent representatives to tour the new Service Pro.net world headquarters and main data center, staff meet and greet, learn about the company’s new and soon-to-be-launched offerings, and enjoy an evening game of professional baseball.

The objective of the open house was to create a stronger relationship with the company’s clients and partners by creating familiarity and understanding with the company’s operations, office staff and products.

Randy Adcock of Midstate Termite and Pest Control wrote, “Thanks for having us up. We had a great time. It was nice to see everyone and the processes that go into support and development. We were impressed. Our confidence in the complete system (software, development, support, storage, future developments, tablets, etc) has been bolstered. We are excited about the new developments and appreciate your continued hard work.”

Another participant of the open house, Adam Witt of Witt Pest Management, commented, “It’s refreshing and dynamic to have a vendor that wants to involve you in their business just like they are involved in yours. It was great to see where exactly our customer database is housed and the care and security that is in place to protect it. It was great to tour the new Service Pro headquarters, put faces to names and see the hard work their team is putting in to support their clients and continually improve their services and offerings. It was exciting to get a glimpse of future enhancements to the software like GPS integration and Call Agent solutions and reassuring to learn how progressive they really are as a company. This visit was a welcome reminder that our company has the right software company to help drive the business.”

Andy Deering, COO of Service Pro.net, commented on the company's milestone. “We are proud to have been in business for 20 years and will continue our plans to grow for 20 more. We take pride in being family owned and operated. There is no other way to run a business from our perspective.”

To find out more about Service Pro and its products and services, email sales@servsuite.net or call (614)
874-4300.
 

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