WheelHouse debuts mobile app

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WheelHouse Technologies launched WheelHouse Mobile, providing real-time maintenance alerts and maintenance update capabilities from any smart phone through the cellular network.

WheelHouse Mobile is available to all current and future WheelHouse yacht and fleet users and is included at no additional cost in their WheelHouse subscription. Users will receive maintenance alerts via a brief e-mail message as they are triggered.

They can then update the maintenance task, identify parts used and record other maintenance notes.

Data entered on the smart phone are uploaded to the WheelHouse cloud and are immediately available on any Web-connected device.

Like WheelHouse for Web, the mobile application does not require an application download to the mobile device. Users can just click the e-mail link in the maintenance alert e-mail or the shortcut icon on their phone and start reviewing and updating maintenance.

For information, contact Barry Kallander at barry@wheelhousetech.com or (978) 562-5211.

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