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MyTaskit adds Suntex Marinas as client

MyTaskit said Suntex Marinas selected the task coordination and business management software company as its vendor of choice.

MyTaskit said Suntex Marinas selected the task coordination and business management software company as its vendor of choice for boat management and marina service coordination.

Dallas-based Suntex said MyTaskit’s open API ensures a seamless integration to its existing systems and will allow a smooth rollout to its nationwide network of marinas.

Suntex CFO Tom Tipton said he expects that the technology’s robust platform will improve operations and customer service across the board.

“MyTaskit brings clarity and improved productivity to every aspect of our business,” Tipton said in a statement. “There is a multitude of activity happening day in and day out at any given marina, from repairs and maintenance to general operations. MyTaskit not only helps us run a better business, but also elevates the level of service we are able to offer to our customers.”

The Suntex relationship signals even more growth for MyTaskit, which said it has seen rapid adoption across the marine industry since its 2015 launch. MyTaskit founder and CEO Kevin Hutchinson said the new partnership further confirms the industry’s demand for a technological shift.

“We’re always proud to be affiliated with leaders in the marketplace, and Suntex is one of the best in the industry,” Hutchinson said.

“We are excited about the efficiencies MyTaskit is going to bring to their business and service offerings. Marinas like Suntex are recognizing that there is a better way to operate. Paperwork and traditional business management tools are fast becoming cumbersome and inefficient, and we couldn’t be happier that MyTaskit is able to fulfill that need with a comprehensive and easy-to-use software platform.”

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