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MyTaskit unveils new management software

Marine software platform MyTaskit released its MyTaskit Pro 8.2 operations module.

With the 8.2 Operations upgrade, customers will have more integration with the MyTaskit Pro Coordination module.

The new release also offers greater capabilities with the Service Scheduler, such as the ability to make quick changes to the daily schedule and expanded forms for detail viewing through graphs and charts to help with real-time operations analysis.

The MyTaskit Pro Operations module manages operational tasks in dealerships, such as processing work orders, ordering parts, renting slips and expediting billing.

It includes financial management to track profit centers, handle accounts payable and consolidate financial reporting.

Other features of the upgrade include: automatic software updates for server and client upgrades; new order entry integration for clients whose e-commerce sites link to the inventory management features of the MyTaskit Pro Operations module for processing online orders; improved point-of-sale tips and service charge capability for clients with resort and concierge services at their facilities; better accounts receivable statement tracking, which allows clients to track, reprint or re-email customer invoices; customizable statement descriptions; and added efficiency hours and reporting by technician for a particular date range.

“With the latest release of MyTaskit Pro’s 8.2 Operations module, our clients will have even more capabilities to improve their back-end operations,” MyTaskit founder and CEO Kevin Hutchinson said in a statement. “The close alignment with the Coordination module makes coordinating business and handling all the back-end analysis, payroll and billing easier than ever before. The enhanced Service Scheduler provides better insight for the scheduling and rescheduling of technician tasks. Every software update attempts to over-deliver on our promise to our clients: to help them run a more efficient and profitable businesses.”