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MRAA welcomes new partner member

Marina and marine management software provider DockMaster has become the newest partner member of the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas.

“MRAA welcomes DockMaster into our influential group of Partner members,” said MRAA business development director Allison Gruhn in a statement. “We are thrilled for the opportunity to partner with a brand whose main focus is to help marine businesses operate as smooth as possible.”

DockMaster, which was launched in 1984, provides users with service, sales, inventory, financial and lead management options to help streamline all aspects of business, whether it is a marina, boat yard or a boat dealership.

“We have been involved with the MRAA in various capacities for decades, mostly recently as part of MyTaskit,” said DockMaster president Cam Collins. “We are thrilled to be supporting the MRAA as an independent company whose aim is to help its dealers gain as much efficiency, control and profitability potential as possible.”

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