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Service Pro Announces New Version of ServSuite Mobile

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The new version offers extended functionality to manage commercial accounts.

| April 10, 2014

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Service Pro Inc. announced its newest version of ServSuite Mobile for Commercial Applications. This version will extend all of the operational efficiencies that customers currently expect from ServSuite Mobile, but will now offer extended functionality to effectively manage commercial accounts in various industries like manufacturing, food service, warehouse, schools, institutions, and offices.

Through real-time data syncing over Wi-Fi and Cellular networks, ServSuite Mobile Commercial allows Pest Control companies the ability to track, manage, and complete commercial services. It gives technicians the option to create a custom plan and facility layout and reduces data entry and hand written error by scanning common 1D and 2D barcodes with a devices camera or 3rd party Bluetooth scanner for bait station tracking. ServSuite Mobile also allows technicians to monitor bait stations by recording observations, replacing materials used, and activity resolution.

ServSuite Mobile was the first mobile PCO software that allows customers to complete sales and service functions on multiple mobile operating systems including Android smartphone and tablets, Apple iPad and iPhones, and Windows tablets and is a leading technology in commercial monitoring software. The newest version of ServSuite Mobile will be available for limited release on April 9, and available for download on App Store and Google Play April 21.

For more information on ServSuite Mobile contact sales@servsuite.net or 614/874-4300.

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