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MyTaskit rolls out technician-lookup service

MyTaskit announced a new Find a Pro feature to help people find local service technicians.
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Boat management and service coordination platform MyTaskit announced a new Find a Pro feature to help people find local service technicians.

The feature enables consumers using the free MyTaskit app to search for a service technician based on various certifications, skill set, expertise, a business name and/or a location.

Customers can further narrow their searches by adding a city or state. Location services and other advanced search and matching features are to be added this year.

Similarly, at no cost, marine and other businesses using MyTaskit Pro can create profiles detailing their service offerings, which customers can preview when selecting a service technician through the Find a Pro feature.

The free business profiles can include photos or videos of their business, team and company events. They also can allow businesses to create a public or private online community for their customers.

For an added subscription fee, the MyTaskit Pro Coordination Module provides online service coordination for businesses to connect and deal with prospective customers online.

“Nowhere else will you find as extensive a directory of service technicians catering to the marine industry,” MyTaskit founder and CEO Kevin Hutchinson said in a statement. “And you can’t beat the price; it’s free to create a MyTaskit profile. The application is mutually beneficial to customers. Find a Pro is just another example of how MyTaskit helps them better manage the things they own by helping them to quickly find qualified local service technicians.”


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