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MyTaskit CEO wins 2017 CEO Today USA Award

Kevin Hutchinson

Kevin Hutchinson

Kevin Hutchinson, founder and CEO of MyTaskit, has won the 2017 CEO Today USA Award.

The magazine presents the honor annually to CEOs who demonstrate and define leadership, innovation and strategic vision. MyTaskit is a work coordination software platform for service businesses.

"As someone who's devoted his career to innovation, I'm honored to receive this award," Hutchinson said in a statement.

He is a recognized expert in developing technology companies. Before founding MyTaskit, Hutchinson was the CEO of Prematics and the founding CEO of the health information network Surescripts.

Hutchinson launched MyTaskit in 2015. Within two years, users of the application exceeded 1,000 service pros and 50,000 registered owners.

"Our biggest milestone was when we launched MyTaskit Pro and saw technicians who used to use paper work orders and time sheets adapting to our platform, using their tablets or mobile phones in the field to coordinate work with their service managers," he said.

Hutchinson is leading the expansion of the software platform from the recreational and commercial marine market into the construction, industrial equipment and property management markets.



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