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Fieldwork Adds Forms, Customer Portal and Paypal Payments

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Customers now have access to the company’s global PDF document database and its customer portal which includes integrated PayPal payments.

| July 16, 2013

NILES, Ill. — Anstar Products has released three new features for its pest management software, Fieldwork. 

Fieldwork customers now have access to the company’s global PDF document database and its customer portal which includes integrated PayPal payments. These three features are included on all Fieldwork Accounts at no additional charge.

PDF forms can be easily attached to one-time or recurring appointments and printed in lieu of a traditional service ticket or attached as an addendum. The Fieldwork PDF Database contains a host of forms that include state-specific termite reports as well as service agreements and contracts. Customers can also upload their own company-specific PDF forms and documents which are kept private and are only available to them.

In addition, Fieldwork customers can now enable a personalized and private customer portal. The portal provides their customers with 24/7 online access to past service history and invoices, and allows for integrated payments via Paypal. The Fieldwork Customer Portal closes the communication gap between companies and customers reducing administrative costs by providing easy access to important data, and provides an easy way to collect payments online.

For more information visit www.fieldworkhq.com or call (800) 992-6339
 

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