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MyTaskit introduces software upgrades

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MyTaskit has released a series of enhancements to MyTaskit Pro, a marine industry work coordination platform for service businesses.

"Listening to user feedback and turning it into enhancements is essential to making great products. These latest MyTaskit Pro enhancements continue to streamline workflow at a rapid pace," said MyTaskit product innovation senior director Brian Bretz in a statement. "And we're continuing to deepen our integration with DockMaster to unlock synergies between the two systems."

The platform has deepened the integration with marina management software DockMaster and added new workflow features.

Now customer and vessel details entered into either MyTaskit Pro or DockMaster are shared by the two applications in near real time.

A number of new additions to MyTaskit Pro tune the application workflow. A labor entry feature allows technicians to submit their hours on the go and edit previously submitted entries.

When a DockMaster integrated user edits an entry, the change will sync the two systems. Also, from within MyTaskit, DockMaster integrated supervisors can now convert an estimate into a work order, or simply replace it.

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