Wagga Rules Club went live with OK2PLAY?, a world-leading technology platform on Wednesday, October 12.
The platform, built by Australian Tech Company, GPT, was developed to increase the speed of response between patrons of The Rules Club and staff, creating the pathway for connecting patrons to discreet assistance in a seamless and frictionless manner, in real-time.
Gaming Manager, Brandon Pomeroy said they were happy to be up and running.
“The initial response has been positive,” Mr Pomeroy said.
“We’ve had positive feedback from our members and the community.
“OK2PLAY? allows us the opportunity to be proactive and to support our members, staff, patrons and community at large.
“We take things seriously here at the Club.”
With just over 10,000 members, the club has been around since about 1974.
“We’re a registered sporting club so our core focus is sporting groups,” Mr Pomeroy said.
“We have bowling greens, netball courts and AFL football grounds.
“We provide these facilities and maintain them for our members.”
The club also supports the community and other sporting groups in a variety of ways.
“We sponsor Turvey Park Football Netball Club, South Wagga Cricket Club and Wagga City Wanderers Football Club,” Mr Pomeroy said.
“We’ve sponsored the local hockey league and touch football, and other sporting clubs and organisations.”
That support has been given in a variety of ways from direct financial assistance to in-kind support.
As an integral part of the community, Wagga Rules Club takes its social responsibility to its patrons, members and the community at large very seriously.
Their investment in OK2PLAY? is an investment in their continued support of their community.