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dESCO Debuting Two New Products & Speaking at Comfortech 2013

dESCO, LLC., the leading software developer for the service industry, will publically unveil its latest version of service management software, ESC version 13, and its newest product ESC Accounting at Comfortech 2013 on September 18th-20th at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, PA. dESCO Vice President, Eric Rausin, has also been asked to be a featured speaker in “Mobile Tablet Computing: The Future and Opportunities” on Thursday, September 19th from 5:15-6:30pm.

Sep 11 2013, 10:00am CDT | by PR.com

Fort Myers, FL, September 11, 2013 --(PR.com)-- dESCO, LLC., the leading software developer for the service industry, will publically unveil its latest version of service management software, ESC version 13, and its newest product ESC Accounting at Comfortech 2013 on September 18th-20th at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, PA. Comfortech is an industry event that is presented to contractors by contractors. dESCO will be demonstrating how both new solutions can help service companies run their business better at their booth 131 in the Service Roundtable pavilion.

dESCO Vice President, Eric Rausin, has also been asked to be a featured speaker in “Mobile Tablet Computing: The Future and Opportunities” on Thursday, September 19th from 5:15-6:30pm. This valuable session will provide information on how to reduce costs, improve service, and increase sales with mobile field service software. Attendees will get information on where to start, what you need, how it pays off and where the technology is headed. This is a must-see session, if you are considering adding mobile technology to your service business.
dESCO will also be co-sponsoring an exclusive Service Roundtable party for its members on Wednesday, September 18th from 9:00-11:00pm at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown. As a preferred vendor of the Service Roundtable, members can take advantage of an 8% rewards rebate when purchasing dESCO’s flagship product, ESC service management software. dESCO will be on-hand to answer questions and give live demos of their solutions to party-goers.

To learn more about ESC products or to connect with the dESCO team during Comfortech 2013, contact us at sales@desco-soft.com or 800-226-7529.

About dESCO, LLC.
dESCO, LLC. is the leading developer of innovative service management software for the service industry. Headquartered in Fort Myers, Florida, dESCO serves more than 30 service verticals, both nationally and internationally. dESCO's flagship product, Electronic Service Control (ESC), is a comprehensive service management solution that enables companies to easily manage customers, work, and finances. ESC provides the tools and features growing and profitable service companies need for success. For more information, visit www.desco-soft.com or contact us at 800-226-7529.

Contact:
Kara Crider
Director of Marketing
dESCO, LLC.
239.275.1991 ext.217
karac@desco-soft.com

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dESCO, LLC.
Kara Crider
800-226-7529
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