MyTaskit Debuts New Secure Payment Operation Module
WEST PALM BEACH, FL: MyTaskit, a service coordination and task management platform announces the launch of MyTaskit Pro 8.1 operation module integrated with Worldpay’s online payment gateway. This module will meet EMV and chip and pin requirements that are soon to become industry standard.
MyTaskit Pro is a centralized online service coordination tool formed by merging of two marine solutions Boat Village Pro and DockMaster, which helps mariners and boat yards to manage profit centers and back office operation. The tool enables the user to automate and operationalize work process, record keeping, invoicing and reporting all in one place for increased efficiency and smoother service delivery.
The module is also enhanced with Worldpay Gateway which is integrated with Stored Credit Card and ACH profiles for customers; Point of Sale, Accounts Receivable Cash Receipts and Reservations transactions for Swiped, Pin-based debit, ACH and stored profiles. The new card also features tip and service charge transaction which flags items for a service charge or not when sold at Point of Sale.
“With the 8.1 Operations module, our customers will be well-prepared to face the new card industry rules, and offer boat owners safe and secure payment options,” says Jack M. Stutts, Senior Product Specialist at MyTaskit.
The new releases possess higher security standards which lead to reduction in fraud by working with chip-embedded credit cards. Other features include order entry integrated into the Inventory and Point-of-Sale modules for order processing along with additional capability to link to online carts and e-commerce.
The combination of Operations module of MyTaskit Pro and Coordination module of MyTaskit Pro enables customers and boat records to sync with the two modules without duplicate entry, creating any changes will be updated in both the modules as the records are sync.
The consumer side of MyTaskit Pro is also covered by the module as it enables boat owners and captains to order maintenance and repair service online and manage every aspect of their boat digitally. It’s a free web application accessible for registered consumers to manage their boat and keep all records online including insurance, registrations, onboard equipment, digitized operating manuals, and more.
“Having the latest-technology billing systems is no longer a luxury—if marinas and boat yards want to protect themselves against fraudulent billing and grow their businesses, it’s essential,” adds Stutts.
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