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Strange that while this period of low productivity - one would think that this would be the ideal opportunity to improve systems, upgrade and and enhance. utilising new tooling like StreamDeck provides an edge. I too will be looking out for other opportunities if IG is unable to take advantage rather than make excuses.

 

ProRealtime version 11 please, as a priority

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On 06/12/2020 at 16:00, Guest kyle@nikstem.co.uk said:

Strange that while this period of low productivity - one would think that this would be the ideal opportunity to improve systems, upgrade and and enhance. utilising new tooling like StreamDeck provides an edge. I too will be looking out for other opportunities if IG is unable to take advantage rather than make excuses.

 

ProRealtime version 11 please, as a priority

ProRealTime 11 is rolling out this week and next week. All UK clients should have PRTv11 by then end of next week. 

All the best 

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