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Service Pro.net Incorporates Element Payment Services into ServSuite

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PCO software now equipped with integrated payment processing.

| September 14, 2012

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COLUMBUS, Ohio - Service Pro.net announced it is partnering with Element Payment Services to integrate a secure and cost-effective payment option into its ServSuite software.

The company said ServSuite clients can now accept payments through an easy-to-use and reliable processing method. Element's Express Processing Platform supports all types of payment card transactions and alows customers to easily comply with PCI DSS requirements.

"Providing our customers with a secure means to accept credit card payments has always been a priority for Service Pro.net," said Andy Deering, COO. "We're thrilled that our customers will now be able to process payments using the most secure payment technology available and that achieving and maintaining PCI Compliance will be dramatically easier."

To find out more, visit theservicepro.net.

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