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Service Pro Partners to Create Mobile Printing Solution

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The company has partnered with Brother International Corporation and Datalogic to create a complete mobility solution for pest control businesses.

| October 23, 2012

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Service Pro, developers of ServSuite, has partnered with Brother International Corporation and Datalogic to create a complete mobility solution for pest control businesses.

With pest control service technicians being able to connect to ServSuite on Datalogic handheld units and printing out service reports and invoices using Brother’s portable printing solution, pest control companies now have everything they need to do a complete service call more efficiently.

The new case developed by Brother to work with their PocketJet 6 printer which works with other Datalogic products. The mobile versions of ServSuite first made its debut on Windows Mobile 6.5 devices, particularly the Datalogic handheld devices. With the emergence of smartphones and tablets, ServSuite Mobile was created with the iPhone/iPad and Android\ smartphones and tablets in mind.

By using ServSuite with a Datalogic handheld unit or any other compatible device pest control technicians can now access account information, schedules, E-Connect, chemical applications and regulatory compliance data. Add the Brother mobile printing solution and pest control technicians have a complete mobile solution for all their field work needs.

To view the video featuring Service Pro’s partnership with Brother and Datalogic for the Complete Mobility Solution for Pest Control Companies, visit http://vimeo.com/51090737.

To find out more about Service Pro and its products, email sales@servsuite.net or call (614) 874-4300.
 

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