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ServBasic is Software for Small to Medium-Sized Pest Control Companies

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The ServicePro.net has formally announced the launch of ServBasic, a web-based application designed to enhance the productivity of field service-oriented organizations, including pest control businesses.

| June 23, 2011

COLUMBUS, Ohio –The ServicePro.net has formally announced the launch of ServBasic, its newest business solution software being offered to pest management and service industry organizations.

Just like its big brother ServSuite.net, ServBasic is a web-based application designed to enhance the productivity of field service-oriented organizations, including pest control businesses. The difference is that ServBasic has been optimized for small to medium-sized organizations.

ServBasic includes functionalities important to the pest management industry including help in scheduling service appointments, accessing customer information, and tracking technicians and the services they are performing. With its roots coming from a pest control and lawn care company, ServicePro.net focused on these primary needs when it created ServBasic. The company wanted a simple yet effective program for SMB customers who are looking for a value-rich software solution.

ServBasic was designed to have new users up and running in a matter of minutes. With no complicated set-up, ServBasic still provides the basic features needed by most businesses.

For more information visit http://servbasic.com/
 

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