cos it adds to wgts cost and so they need to find a way to profit from it first before anything like that will happen. same reason that there is no bank yet
OP right but, many clubs are growing fast but with very little activity in them. Some have 250 members with about 20 or 30 playing their comps. Too many clubs i say. I know in ours we booted from 50 to 24 or so then building back BUT we still only get 50% activity with the owner rightly accepting nobody whose activity is blitz only. Sorry to steal in on your post but it is sort of linked.
Lord forbid that WGT would have to pay a programer to change 1 or 2 lines of code
All is possible, but they have to decide on it, and with planning of the functions (of directors and even more of the bank) it's more than trivial IMHO.
+1 to 'snakey' - this is the apparent way how they are working.
First of all . There are no costs or overhead when they make the exorbitant amount of money that is all profit .Wouldn't even be a drop in the bucket .
Second of all . I don't care if it is a 250 member club with 27 active members , or 250 w/ 250 , or 250 w/ 149 or 150 w/ 111 . The point is the owner is the only one with administrative permissions . Very clear that needs to be corrected .
Last but not certainly not least . But definitely the most comical .The mere suggestion that they need more time is hilarious .The inference that they decide on anything hasn't been proven yet . Even the suggestion they have the ability to plan is stretching it .Lets surely not go so far as to assume they would even have more than one topic on the agenda either
I forgot to mention that the jury is still out on whether they actually still have salaried programmers and techs .