Brewer Yacht Yards signs on for MyTaskit module test

Selected Brewer yards will use the module to coordinate service with customers online, post service reminders, log labor hours, update technician notes and keep records.
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MyTaskit, which provides a service coordination and boat management platform, said Brewer Yacht Yards will begin a trial of MyTaskit Pro’s Coordination module as a first step in a plan to adopt the new tool across its network of 23 boatyards.

Selected Brewer yards will use the module to coordinate service with customers online, post service reminders, log labor hours, update technician notes and keep records.

Brewer, whose yards range from Maine to Maryland, will offer its customers MyTaskit, the consumer web and mobile app, free so they can easily communicate with their boatyard and maintain their vessel systems more effectively.

“Brewer has been working together as a team with MyTaskit for the past nine months to refine the MyTaskit platform to better fit our operations,” Brewer Yacht Yards president Rives Potts said in a statement.

“We are pleased to announce that we will be testing the resulting app with the customers at a number of our locations. Using what we learn from this limited trial, we anticipate rolling this out companywide before long.”

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