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Typically, a subsection of tech-savvy workers within a company is enlisted to try the new system because they would be most keen on picking out glitches or shortcomings of the system to further help the implementation process. After testing is complete, training programs focus on educating users about the new system and how to use it before the system eventually is ready to go live. At the end of the implementation when the system is about to go live, companies typically review the entire process and verify that all tasks have been completed.

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The "user-designer communications gap" is typically a hurdle companies must overcome to successfully implement a new system. Users have wants and needs that they hope to get from the system while designers and IT staff have to consider various restrictions, efficiencies and database management principles and limitations during the implementation process.

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If R100 is bet on Novak Djokovic you stand to win R450 (R100 x 4.5). If your bet wins you will receive your original R100 back plus the winnings of R450. If your bet loses you lose only R100.

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This is a bet on multiple teams/ players where all of the selections must be successful for the bet to win, with returns from the first reinvested on the second. If a selection is scratched or a participant becomes a non-runner (does not participate) then the multiple bet will be recalculated and the non-runners odds excluded.

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There are many different types of spread bets. For example, in a cricket match we will offer a spread on how many runs a particular batsman will score in his innings.

Spread betting challenges you to decide whether the spread is set too high or low.

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To sell you must believe that the batsman will score less runs than the LOW quote.

The result for this event will be the final score that the batsman makes. This is called the make-up.

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The stake is R10 and if you decide Amla will score more than 45 Runs you will BUY . If you decide Amla will score less than 40 Runs you will SELL .

Let’s say he scores 100 runs, the make-up for this market will be 100 and your return or loss will be calculated as follows:

If you had bet BUY for R10:

You would have won R550 because your bet of R10 was right by 55 runs as you chose to BUY at 45 runs and Amla scored 100 runs.

If you had bet SELL for R10:

You would have lost R600 because your bet of R10 was wrong by 60 runs as you chose to SELL at 40 runs and Amla scored 100 runs.

The stop loss amount of 100 is the maximum that can be won or lost and is reserved from your account for this purpose.

Spread markets are mainly offered in-running and give the customer the opportunity to take advantage of price movements during an event. To close a trade means to lock in any profit or safeguard against any further loss. You can close a trade at any time whether you are making a profit or a loss.

When you buy to open your trade, you must buy at the higher price, and when you close that trade, you must close at the lower price being quoted at the time you close.

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Manchester vs Chelsea Market: Supremacy Spread: 0.6 - 0.9 Stop loss: 5

That is to say: if you thought Manchester would beat Chelsea you would Buy . Lets assume we stake R100 per goal, R500 would be reserved off your account (R100 (stake) x 5 (stop loss) = R500 Reserved)

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Profit calculation = 2 (outcome) - 0.9 (buy side of spread) = 1.1 points. 1.1 X R100 = R110 Profit.

Basically to lock in your position, you do the opposite trade (if your original bet was a buy you would sell, if your original bet was a sell you would buy) to the same stake value of the original trade. All winnings/losses will be transferred to your account at the end result.

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