MyTaskit adds clients

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MyTaskit said in a statement that it has expanded into 15 new marine businesses in the U.S., Canada and Bermuda. The online work-coordination software provider said its new clients employ, in total, more than 270 marine supervisors, managers and technicians and service more than 2,500 boat owners. The company’s products include MyTaskit Pro and MyTaskit mobile app. MyTaskit said its clients can increase efficiency, productivity and profitability through streamlined service, communications and collaboration.

The new MyTaskit customers include: Annapolis Gelcoat & Fiberglass Repair, Annapolis, Md.; Catamaran Guru, Dania Beach, Fla.; Dewitt Marine, Bellaire, Mich.; Dockside Yacht Care, Ventura, Calif.; Eagle Point Marina, Lewisville, Texas; Fay's Boat Yard, Gilford, N.H.; Gordy's Lakefront Marine, Fontana, Wis.; Grandpappy Point Marina, Denison, Texas; Hampton Yacht Group, Seattle, Wash.; Hodgdon Yacht Services, Southport, Maine; Maine Yacht Center, Portland, Maine; Minty's Marine Service, Tiny, Ontario, Canada; PW Marine, Hamilton, Bermuda; Sheaffer Marine Inc., Tampa, Fla.; and Yacht Management South Florida, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

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