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Anstar Updates Fieldwork Mobile App

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The app is now available for Android, and in updated form for Apple iOS.

| June 11, 2013

Fieldwork.

NILES, Ill. — Anstar Products released the Fieldwork Mobile Android App in the Google Play Store, capable of full-page wireless printing via Bluetooth technology, using the supported Brother Mobile Printer, the firm announced.

The new release was packaged with an update for the Apple iOS Fieldwork Mobile App and a major overhaul of the web-based pest management software, Fieldwork – www.fieldworkhq.com.
 
The web-based Fieldwork software solution update boasts a completely new design featuring mobile slide navigation, major calendar/scheduling improvements, customer import and export options, route mapping with drag-and-drop appointment reordering and the ability to print turn-by-turn driving directions for each day. These improvements were enhancements to the complete customer database, dynamic visual calendar, scheduling/prescheduling options, customizable service reports and customizable invoices, Anstar said.
 
The Fieldwork Mobile iOS and Android Applications display 5 rolling days of service tickets, customer contact information, service locations, and allow technicians to track both material usage and target pests. The mobile applications also have advanced features such as customer/technician signature capture, email delivery of service reports, barcode scanning and mobile printing. The web-based software solution and mobile applications work together seamlessly to provide an integrated software solution for business owners and field technicians.
 
“This release is our biggest update yet.” said Beau O’Hara, Anstar Products’ COO. “It incorporates suggestions and improvements from hundreds of Pest Control Companies compiled over the past six months.”
 
For more information visit www.fieldworkhq.com.

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