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MyTaskit signs first international reseller

MyTaskit said that it signed Pacsoft Marina and Boatyard Management Systems as its first international reseller. The New Zealand-based company will provide sales and technical support for MyTaskit Pro, an online work coordination platform, to its customers in Oceania, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, the United Kingdom, North America and Europe.

MyTaskit Pro will be included in Pacsoft's PacsoftNG, a marina and boatyard management software suite. Used by marinas, commercial harbors, boat and shipyards, dry stack and storage facilities, and yacht clubs, it provides tools to automate and streamline daily tasks and maintain control over business processes.

"We're excited to partner with Pacsoft," Kevin Hutchinson, MyTaskit founder and CEO, said in a statement. "We've aligned ourselves with an international premier marina management software provider. As we looked to expand MyTaskit internationally, a partnership with a leader such as Pacsoft made perfect sense."

Pacsoft Marina & Boatyard Management Systems has more than 100 commercial and recreational marine customers throughout its markets.

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