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ServicePro.net Relaunches Website

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This new website features the new look for Service Pro.net, and also highlights the different products and services the company offers to the pest control management industry.

| February 8, 2012

COLUMBUS, Ohio –The ServicePro.net, makers of ServSuite.net, a popular pest control industry software, has just launched a brand new, more user-friendly website, www.theservicepro.net. This new website features the new look for Service Pro.net, and also highlights the different products and services the company offers to the pest control management industry.

After providing several pest control businesses with Search Engine Optimized websites, Service Pro.net has decided to put into practice what the company has been doing for their clients. Since a company’s website is considered to be its online calling card, brochure and business listing all in one, it is only logical for the Ohio-based software solutions development firm to create a more professional, well designed website with the right content, easy navigation and quickly accessible contact details. Within the new website, visitors can find out more about Service Pro.net’s software solution, ServSuite, and its features like Visual Routing, Fleet Management, Invoicing, Scheduling and Reporting modules. Visitors can also find out more about the newly added features like the Marketing Wizard, the Android/Apple App and the Multi-Browser Platform feature. Additionally, those who are curious about the company’s website services and marketing services need only visit the new site to learn more.

To find out more about Service Pro.net’s new website or its products and services, visit www.theservicepro.net, e-mail sales@servsuite.net or call 614/874-4300.

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