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Company upgrades its print to mail services in its pest control software.

| December 20, 2012

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Service Pro.net announed an upgrade to the print to mail services its ServSuite pest control software.

"Traditionally, their services allowed you to export a text file which can then be sent to a print house for printing and processing," the company said, adding that the improved feature allows users to review documents in .pdf format and upload the document directly to the print house. "This makes the whole print to mail process easier and faster," the company said.

"Pest control companies spend thousands of dollars per year on labor and toner in order to process their own documents," Service Pro.net said. 

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