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Online service provider aimed at marine industry

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A new company - My Service Tracking Pro - says it provides online service center solutions that can help increase revenue for the marine industry.

Orlando, Fla.-based My Service Tracking Pro handles customer communication through its Web- based and menu platform. The service tracking system provides a service center console to the provider and combines up-to-date communication, service history, appointments, reminders, marketing promotions and customer satisfaction surveys into a user-friendly console.

The service provider has the ability to send updated information about the services being performed for its customers and send promotions, reminders and customer service surveys.

To schedule a demo with Paula Fulton, call (321) 303-5749 or e-mail myservicetrackingpro@gmail.com.

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