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U-Trap-It Pest Management System Version 5.0 Now Available

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All areas of the existing System have been enhanced and many new capabilities have been added.

| November 4, 2010

In-Quiz-It Software announces the availability of version 5.0 of the U-Trap-It Pest Management System. This new release represents the most comprehensive update to the System since its beginning in 1993. All areas of the existing System have been enhanced and many new capabilities have been added.

For the food processing industry the System incorporates a complete management system to proactively address pest issues using the greenest of Green Pest Management approaches. It also provides complete documentation for compliance with audits and for Quality Assurance needs. It was the first comprehensive system to proactively manage municipal rodent control and it is equally adept at managing any professional health care or bed bug program.

For more information visit www.inquizitsoftware.com.
 

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