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MyTaskit touts 2Q growth

Marine software platform MyTaskit said its coordination module sales grew 63 percent during the second quarter this year.

Marine software platform MyTaskit said its coordination module sales grew 63 percent during the second quarter this year.

Overall, the coordination user base grew by triple digits in the first half of 2016 from December 2015, the company said.

New customers include American Custom Yachts, Stuart, Fla.; Marina One, Deerfield Beach, Fla.; Emerald Coast Boatyard Fort Walton Beach, Fla.; Torresen Marine, Muskegon, Mich.; MacDougalls’ Cape Cod Marine Service, Falmouth, Mass.; and Idaho Water Sports, Burley, Idaho.

“We’re eager to start using the coordination module,” MacDougalls’ Cape Cod Marine Service general manager Jeff MacDougall said in a statement.

“We are expecting to see significant streamlining opportunities within our technical operations, real-time coordination of repair issues and the ability for technicians to speak their tech notes into the application, which will result in improved performance and what we expect to be all-around better service for our customers.”

“A large portion of our growth in the first half came from several new capabilities in the product, particularly the ability to organize and prioritize technician tasks replacing the constant updating of a service whiteboard. MyTaskit has made and continues to make great strides in creating a robust integration between the coordination module and Operations module of MyTaskit Pro,” said Kevin Hutchinson, CEO and founder of MyTaskit.

”A significant number of new fields between tasks on work orders in operations are now syncing with the coordination module for tech assignment and labor entry.”

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