What an absolute hell time this "on line" system is causing us volunteers.
CHU used the compman iregister system last November which had major issues with the payment part of the software and which stopped around 20% of people from being able to pay "on line". Now have to chase these people up.
We then were advised to use the MYFOOTBALL CLUB "on line" system which we had set up and ready to go from January. This system appears to work much better than the former compman iregister system however there is a very slow uptake from the members.
We had an open day yestderday where people could come in and pay, check photos etc or acquire advice if they were having problems with the "on line" system. Whilst majority of people are lazy and do not like change, we were very surprised with all the negativity from people who are now forced to use this system.
Whether it is good or bad, the common them at present is the local football community do not want to use it. We had many different complaints from people who said they were part way through registering on line to be blocked or it did not work. Whilst yestderday was woefully slow and kept crashing it would also seem that many people are having difficulties with their own computer internet security settings causing problems.
Talking to some other club committee people it would also appear the amount of people registering across the clubs at present is well down.
It was still slow at 9.00pm last night but finally got everything sorted, (I think, I hope ) all I know is I am taking the details of new players down and entering them manualy into Compman, have tried the download twice and Compman fell over so given up trying
Last Edit: Jan 30, 2012 10:55:19 GMT 10 by Deleted
Post by apostropheman on Feb 7, 2012 18:45:05 GMT 10
Whilst we all are aware of the folklore surrounding affiliated clubs needing to have a majority of their members living within the Association boundaries, the FFA's National Registration Regulations are clear on the matter...any given player is entitled to register with the club of his/her choice. Hence the 'Find a Club' tool looks only at geography, not arbitrary boundaries. Hope that helps understanding the bigger picture.
Post by oneleggedbear on Feb 29, 2012 10:44:09 GMT 10
Has anyone ever wondered why the hell you have to input an emergency contact email into MFC.com.au? This field is mandatory, but I ask you : who is going to email someone in case of emergency?? Just one of the many wonderful things about myfootballclub.com.au....