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Service Pro.Net Adds Cole as Director of Mobile Solutions

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John Cole will lead the company’s newly developed department which focuses on new mobile products, marketing, and building the current mobile business.

| October 10, 2013

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Service Pro.net has hired John Cole as director of Mobile Solutions.

In this role, Cole will lead the company’s newly developed department which focuses on new mobile products, marketing, and building the current mobile business.

Cole’s role in this initiative is to assist in meeting the needs of a growing customer base and target markets to improve their operational efficiencies.

Cole comes to Service Pro.net with more than 12 years of experience within the mobile technology market with expertise in mobile software, hardware, M2M, wireless technologies, AIDC technologies, and services. His contact information is
John Cole
(614) 553-0253
jcole@servsuite.net
http://www.theservicepro.net/
 

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