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ServiceTask is a New Web-Based Software for the Pest Management Industry

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The software has been designed to help pest management professionals better track and organize customers and schedule jobs more efficiently.

| January 4, 2012

ServiceTask is a new, simple web-based software for the pest management industry. The software has been designed to help pest management professionals better track and organize customers and schedule jobs more efficiently.

ServiceTask was founded on the belief that pest management software should be simple and useful, allowing PMPs to focus on whay they do best — running their businesses.

ServiceTask makes it easier to collaborate with company members through a live recent activity feed.

ServiceTask is 100% web-based software which means PMPs can manage their business from a browser, desktop or mobile device. PMPs can access their ServiceTask account anywhere with an Internet connection. There is nothing to install or download and support and upgrades will always be free.

For more information about ServiceTask, call 1-888-536-8275 or visit servicetask.com.

 

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