MyTaskit reports increase in licenses

Software platform MyTaskit says it added 190 licenses for its MyTaskit Pro Coordination module, a 70 percent increase since last November.
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Software platform MyTaskit says it added 190 licenses for its MyTaskit Pro Coordination module, a 70 percent increase since last November.

Software platform MyTaskit says it added 190 licenses for its MyTaskit Pro Coordination module, a 70 percent increase since last November.

Almost half of the licenses came from existing clients expanding their use of MyTaskit Pro.

Some 77 additional licenses to use MyTaskit Pro came from 10 current accounts, including Northshore Yachtworks, Vancouver, British Columbia; Boats by George, Lake George, N.Y.; Glencove Marina, Lake Ozark, Mo.; Yankee Marina & Boatyard, Yarmouth, Maine; and CSR Marine, Seattle.

Another 113 licenses came from 21 new clients, including Florida Yacht Management, Fort Lauderdale; Brewer Oxford Boat Yard & Marina, Oxford, Md.; Nautical Ventures, Dania Beach, Fla.; and Hagadone Marine Group, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.

“Our progress is a reflection of MyTaskit’s true utility,” MyTaskit founder and CEO Kevin Hutchinson said in a statement. “Every day more marine service businesses are taking advantage of the new service coordination capabilities available; they see the future and what a critical role MyTaskit plays in helping them carve a place for them in it.”

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