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Service Pro.net Offers Service Notification Emails

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Service notification emails show customers the service appointment has been planned and that a technician has already been assigned.

| July 19, 2013

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Service Pro.net is now offering ServSuite clients advanced service notification emails to use with their customers. Service notification emails provide a professional and open image of pest control businesses by showing their customer that the service appointment has already been planned and that a technician has already been assigned, creating a more open line of communication.

One of the many challenges of pest control businesses today is to bridge the gap between their business and the customer before the actual service appointment. The advanced service notification emails offered by ServSuite helps to bridge that gap by notifying the customers with the technician’s profile. The profile includes the technician’s photo, name, date hired and qualifications. Having this information handy allows the customer to feel secure when meeting their service technician during the scheduled appointment.

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

 

 


 

 

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