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Hurricane Sandy reveals the importance of the cloud
Since Sandy blew up the East Coast and into New England, the importance of cloud computing has come to the forefront. Files are safe in the cloud when disaster strikes. Our thoughts are with those who are still recovering from the storm.
After Sandy, cloud computing now at the forefront for small businesses
St. Augustine, FL, November 6, 2012: Service Proz knows how important cloud based computing is for business but many other businesses have realized the importance of “the cloud” after Sandy blew up the East Coast into New England and across the Midwest. With Service Proz, even with a super storm damaging businesses and homes, your company’s files would be safe and sound with Service Proz.
We would like to offer our service free for the first and third month to those who felt effects from Sandy; either from flood, wind or fire damage.
Unfortunately, these mega storms are seen more and more each year, and keeping your important records in “the cloud” is becoming essential to move forward with today’s technological business atmosphere. Service Proz can easily store and record all your important information along with organizing your documents, invoices and other files in an easier way than ever before.
Our service comes in at a low cost with a high return by using less paper, streamlining your business while gaining more control over appointment setting and employees; among many other time and money saving features. We strive to help your small business succeed and give you more time to focus on your clients! Our software is cloud based which enables you to always access your information from anywhere.
With Service Proz, organization and efficiency are at your fingertips, giving your home service business features that help your business run smoothly.
Please contact us today to find out more about Service Proz. If you would like more information on Service Proz or to schedule an interview or demo, please contact Ashley Bates, The Sands Social Media, 678-943-4091, thesandssocialmedia@