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Service Pro.net Offers ServSuite Mobile Bundle

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The company created ServSuite Mobile Bundle to help businesses run more efficiently and effectively.

| September 23, 2013

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Service Pro announced its latest evolution in mobile workforce automation referred to as the ServSuite Mobile Bundle. The ServSuite Mobile Bundle was created to help businesses run more efficiently and effectively. Set up is simple and getting your business mobile only takes a matter of minutes, the company says.

ServSuite Mobile Bundle is a solution that service technicians can use to track their daily schedule in real time and allows owner/managers to complete work orders, sell products, record observations, track materials used, and other crucial functions. The system includes: ServSuite Mobile Monthly Software Rental; a Samsung 7-inch Android tablet; accessories; wireless connectivity; data plan on the nation’s largest wireless provider — Verizon; custom, rugged carrying case; training; and warranty. Included are replacement options for damaged or lost devices and an upgrade path to new devices after two years. An optional magnetic in-vehicle mount can also be purchased separately to provide all of the tools needed to improve operations in the field

The ServSuite Mobile Bundle is available today and group discounts are available. It is an integration of a turnkey solution with a one-year minimum rental period.  Here is a quick look at a comparison of the complete mobile bundle and if you bought the components separately

Learn more at www.theservicepro.net.
 

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