MyTaskit reaches software milestone

MyTaskit said it recently topped 1,000 service pro users for the commercial version, MyTaskit Pro, triple what it as a year ago.
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MyTaskit, a software platform for service work coordination, said it recently topped 1,000 service pro users for the commercial version, MyTaskit Pro, triple what it as a year ago.

The consumer side of the application, MyTaskit, now has more than 50,000 registered boat owners who manage their vessels and service work online — a 700 percent increase, the company said.

In the fourth quarter last year MyTaskit launched in the Great Lakes region, getting exposure in the market as SkipperBud's, Gage Marine and Walstrom Marine signed up. They use the system to coordinate work between technicians and managers, and to record labor hours using mobile phones integrated to DockMaster.

Also during that period Suntex Marinas named the software company its vendor of choice to use MyTaskit Pro for boat management and service work coordination. In the first quarter this year Prime Marina Group signed up for the tool to be used at multiple property locations.

MyTaskit said that during the past two years it has seen a rapid rise in adoption by marine service businesses. Those using the software have realized noteworthy returns on their investment. A recent study reported an ROI 15 times its cost within the first month alone, the company said.

"Our team really gets excited to hear back from our customers who report increased revenue, streamlined task processes and satisfied employees and boat owners," MyTaskit CEO and founder Kevin Hutchinson said in a statement. "We're very pleased with our achievements so far and look forward to continued growth in this industry."

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