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Upcoming Webinar: Eliminating Outdated Field Service Processes with Mobile Technology

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Brother Mobile Solutions, Motorola, and ScanTrak to host a webinar on Nov. 10 that will review a solution for managing field service teams.

| October 27, 2011

What: Webinar: Eliminating Outdated Field Service Processes with Mobile Technology

When: Nov 10, at 2 p.m. EST

Description: – Brother Mobile Solutions, Motorola, and ScanTrak can help all pest control companies create an efficient, ROI solution for managing their field service teams.  This solution consists of the software, handhelds, and mobile printers all designed to meet the tough requirements in the pest control market.

Sign up at https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/270065969
 

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