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ServSuite Pest Control Software Adds Document Designer

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Pest control managers can now create customized forms and documents inside ServSuite application.

| July 12, 2012

COLUMBUS, Ohio – ServicePro.net has added a document designer within its ServSuite pest control software, the company announced.

Pest control managers can now create customized forms and documents within the ServSuite application, the company said. The user can access information stored in the ServSuite database and use it with the document they have created.

“With the addition of the document designer feature within the ServSuite pest control software solution, the user’s time is saved by eliminating the need to do any text editing outside of the ServSuite program,” the company said in a release.

ServSuite users will receive the new feature at no additional cost. For more information, email sales@servsuite.net or call 614-874-4300.

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