Must Have Gear for PestPac Mobile 3

The use of mobile apps in the field can greatly increase efficiency for your pest control business. Whether you’re updating your devices or integrating PestPac Mobile into your processes for the first time, you want to make sure you have the right tools to get the job done. Read on as we share our recommendations for mobile devices, printers, and more!

Mobile Devices

Purchasing mobile devices for your technicians can be a significant upfront cost. You have to take a look at the bigger picture - by purchasing mobile devices, how much time will be saved in the field so your technicians can better-service more customers?

Take a look at your personal mobile provider and do a little price shopping. A lot of the wireless providers will give you a deal when your purchase phones in bulk. It’s important to make sure the device specifications are up-to-date and will allow your technicians to access PestPac Mobile.

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Must Have Accessories

Printer

Printing on the go once seemed like an impossibility, requiring techs to return to the office to file paperwork and leaving customers waiting for bills to be mailed. Our recommended printer, the Brother PJ-763MFi is equipped with Bluetooth and USB connectivity and is compact enough to fit just about anywhere!

Scanning Devices

If you’re looking for enhanced scanning functionality for your mobile devices, the two devices PestPac Mobile supports are the SocketScan 800 Series with Bluetooth and Cognex MX-100.

Case

Working in the field can be tough on a mobile device and when you’re making such a large investment you want to keep it in pristine condition! Here are some cases that will protect mobile devices from drops, water, and other harmful conditions.

  • Otterbox Defender
  • Lifeproof FRĒ
  • Trident Kraken A.M.S.

Stylus

If you’re collecting customer signatures in the field, having a stylus can be helpful! A stylus also allows techs to use touch screen devices while wearing gloves.

Belt Holster

Keeping devices on their hip keeps them protected and easy to grab when needed. It also prevents techs from fumbling to remove a device in a bulky case from their pocket.

Chargers/External Batteries

It’s no surprise that heavy usage will drain the battery on your devices. Make sure your company vehicles have charging cables for use when traveling between jobs. External batteries can also provide a boost in the field.

Ready to learn more about using mobile technology for your pest control company? Click here to get started!