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Real Green Partners with Shelton Analytics

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The two companies have joined forces to form Real Green Analytics.

| August 13, 2013

WALLED LAKE, Mich. – Joe Kucik, CEO of Real Green Systems, announced Real Green Analytics – a merged-partner company with Donnie Shelton, CEO of Shelton Analytics and Triangle Pest Control Company (TPC).

Real Green Systems recently purchased 50 percent of Shelton Analytics to form the new partnership. Donnie Shelton will spearhead this enterprise as CEO of Real Green Analytics, bringing Real Green’s customers training tools including:
• Inbound marketing – Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Pay-per-click online marketing and social media marketing.
• Training and project management software applications
• ServiceNet – A company intranet to store all of your company information.
• ServiceUniversity Administer, document and retain training records all with one training program.
• BackOffice – Get a 30,000 ft. view of the performance of your team and your managers’ reviews. BackOffice keeps track of training courses, progress and completion deadlines.

For more information contact Real Green Systems at 800422-7478.

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