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MyTaskit provides a comprehensive software platform for coordinating tasks within companies and between multiple businesses and their customers.

MyTaskit Pro, the company’s business platform, allows service professionals to perform work more efficiently and gives companies a way to increase profitability and better measure customer satisfaction, while also providing customers a better experience, with faster, more transparent service work for their high-value assets.

 

With its launch in the boating industry in October 2012, MyTaskit Pro (then called The Boat Village) brought dealers, marinas and service professionals a complete software solution for the coordination of work. The platform includes features for communication, time and labor tracking, centralizing data and more.

 

Today, the MyTaskit team continues to add features and functionality to modules of the platform, while also focusing its efforts on expansion to new verticals.

MEET THE LEADERSHIP TEAM

Kevin Hutchinson

Founder, CEO and Chairman

Kevin Hutchinson is the Founder and CEO of MyTaskit, a comprehensive and user-friendly task management platform that businesses use to connect their service teams, subcontractors and customers. MyTaskit smooths the rough edges of service delivery so technicians get more done, customers are happier, and the business makes more money.

Mr. Hutchinson is a recognized expert in building technology companies that deliver innovative services through the use of disruptive technology and information exchange. Prior to founding My-Villages, Kevin was responsible for the development of several healthcare technology companies including Surescripts, the nation’s largest care coordination platform, which is used today by more than 70% of physicians and 95% of the nation’s pharmacies transacting billions of electronic prescriptions and other healthcare transactions each year and is widely recognized for improving the quality and efficiency of the U.S. healthcare system. Mr. Hutchinson is a former technology advisor to both the Bush and Obama administrations and has testified to various U.S. Senate and House Committees on technology innovation.

Hutchinson currently is serving or has served as an advisor or board member for Source Medical, Dell Computer, the National eHealth Collaborative (NeHC), eHealth Initiative (eHi), dbMotion, TransforMed, PatientPing, and HudlHealth driving transformation in healthcare through the use of innovative technology, while applying similar approaches to transform how service businesses stay coordinated through his latest venture with MyTaskit.

George Conrades

Director

George Conrades was named chairman and chief executive officer of Akamai in April 1999, bringing a broad range of business experience in the computing, Internet, telecommunications and media industries. Mr. Conrades became Executive Chairman of Akamai in April 2005 and became Chairman in July 2010.

Before joining Akamai, Mr. Conrades was executive vice president and president of GTE Internetworking following the firm’s acquisition of BBN Corporation in 1997. At GTE, he was responsible for creating GTE Internetworking and leading GTE’s rapid growth in the data and Internet business, including integrated telecommunications services.

From 1994 until GTE’s acquisition of BBN, Mr. Conrades served as CEO of BBN, which became one of the industry’s top-tier ISPs. BBN helped build the ARPANET, the forerunner to today’s modern Internet.
Prior to BBN, Mr. Conrades was an IBM senior vice president and member of IBM’s Corporate Management Board. There, he was responsible for several of its key businesses including IBM United States, IBM Asia/Pacific and two manufacturing and development groups.

In addition to Akamai, Mr. Conrades currently serves on the Board of Directors at Oracle, and formerly served on the Boards of Harley-Davidson and Ironwood Pharmaceuticals. He also serves as venture partner emeritus at Polaris Venture Partners, and is Managing Partner of Longfellow Venture Partners, an early stage investment company. Mr. Conrades also is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Mr. Conrades is a graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University with majors in physics and mathematics. He holds an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business.

William Lee

CFO

Will is responsible for finance, strategy, legal and HR at MyTaskit, including financial planning, accounting, tax and treasury. He has over 20 years of experience in a wide variety of leadership roles at software companies including as CFO at MicroEdge, SVP Finance at IntraLinks, and Executive Director at a McKesson software business. Earlier in his career, Will worked as an equity research analyst.

As CFO of MicroEdge, will was the first CFO of newly independent MicroEdge after it was purchased by a Private Equity company from a public parent company. In this role he helped run a wide variety of initiatives to establish the standalone business, revive growth, and increase profitability. Before taking this role, will was the SVP Finance at IntraLinks where he helped the company grow at 50% annually over a 4-year stretch, achieving almost $150 million in revenue and executing a LBO of the company before, a few years later, it successfully had its initial public offering.

Will earned a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the State University of New York at Oswego and an MBA degree from Cornell University’s Johnson Graduate School of Management. Will is also a CFA Charterholder. Will spent his Junior-year of college at the Universität Würzburg in Germany.

Chad Jennewine

CTO

Chad Jennewine is responsible for the technology that powers the MyTaskit SaaS product. He leads the design, development and quality processes within the organization. Prior to MyTaskit, Chad was involved in multiple leadership roles in technology and retail businesses.

Shawn ODonnell

COO

Mr. ODonnell has served for more than 20 years in executive leadership positions within high technology ventures. His experience includes Harris Corp., a leading Fortune 100 communications and defense systems developer, where he notably led a team through research, product, and market development for a first-generation automatic dependent surveillance system.
MAJOR MILESTONES
2012

Company founded and operations beginFree Edition Beta

2013

Longfellow Venture Partners invests and George Conrades joins Board

2014

Business established across the US, as well as Canada
Company logs 2,000 consumers, signs first service pro users
Signs first OEM distributors, first broker distributors
Company announces integration between MyTaskit Pro and DockMaster®

2015

Introduces MyTaskit for consumers

2016

MTI Unveils Mezzanine Funding Totaling $11m
MTI Surpasses 5,000 Consumer Users
MTI Releases 8.2 Operations Module
MTI Awarded Boating Industry Top Products for 2016

2017

MTI Partners with Valsoft
MTI Reached 1,000 User Milestone
Announces Integration with Quickbooks