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DockMaster partners with Kenect and FuelCloud

DockMaster, a marine management software program, said it has fully integrated with Kenect and FuelCloud.

The company said in a statement that it continues to partner with “the best third-party solutions that bring powerful and effective technology to all business models.”

FuelCloud combines hardware, a web portal, and a mobile application to give users real-time insight into their fuel. “With FuelCloud our customers can track and control every gallon in their on-site tanks for a fraction of the cost of traditional systems,” said Cam Collins, DockMaster president, in the statement. “They can manage inventory, run custom reports, automatically file tax forms and protect fuel with the click of a button.”

The integration between DockMaster and Kenect, added Collins, allows businesses to quickly send text messages to customers. The integration allows dealers to notify customers that the part they ordered is ready for pickup or work on their boat is done. “Customers will appreciate the seamless communication,” said Collins. “Furthermore, when your sales are completed, Kenect can send a timely text message to customers, allowing them to submit reviews of their experience.”

Collins said that the company prides itself on the “quality and quantity” of its technology partners. “Through our open API, we have empowered our customers by providing them with consumer facing solutions offered by our partners that enable them to create customers for life and enhance the boating experience,” he said. 


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