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Service Pro.net Celebrates 20 Years in Business

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The pest control software developer is celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2013.

| January 29, 2013

 COLUMBUS, Ohio - Service Pro.net is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. 

The company's first product was a Windows-based program designed specifically for the family pest control business of Richard Deering. After selling his lawn and pest control business, Deering and his family began to focus on Service Pro.net, which has evolved into web-based programs with more than 1,400 databases between its two flagship products, ServSuite and ServBasic, the company said. The company, which started with less than ten employees, now employs nearly 100, Service Pro said.

Service Pro.net recently introduced ServSuite Mobiel for iPhone, iPad and Android devices. 

The company is holding a celebration for its anniversary at the 2013 ServSuite University in Nashville. Those wishing to attend can register here

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