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PestPac Launches new CallAhead Module

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New module offers voice notification service integrated with PestPac software.

| July 13, 2012

 WALL TOWNSHIP, N.J. – Marathon Data Systems is releasing its PestPac CallAhead module, a voice notification service integrated with PestPac software.

The new fully integrated module offers improved functionality, and is available for clients who host PestPac on their own server and will be available for hosted clients with version 1.41.6 of PestPac, scheduled for release on July 22.

PestPac said the CallAhead system will alleviate issues arising from notifying clients of upcoming service. “PestPac is a cost effective solution that can put an end to this money and time-intensive proves, while significantly improving customer service levels,” they said.

For more information on PestPac CallAhead or other products from Marathon Data Systems, call 800-762-0301 or visit their website MarathonData.com.

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