ScoreKeeper News: Volume 20 – March 7, 2008

New Upgrade Policy and Prices

This is a reminder about the new upgrade policy and prices that took effect March 1, 2008.

The ScoreKeeper upgrade policy has always been to have one upgrade price to upgrade from any version to the most current version. Well, one price to go from one Windows version to the latest Windows version and a slightly higher price to go from any DOS version to the latest Windows version. Team that didn't stay current with the latest version each year were getting several years worth of upgrades for the price of one upgrade. The new policy addresses this discontinuity.

While the price of a yearly upgrade is not changing from the current $150, it will now cost more if you skip one or more years. If you skip one year, the price will be $300 to upgrade. If you skip two years, this would put the price at $450 except that this is more than the price of the full ScoreKeeper package so the upgrade from a version more than two old will be $399, the full package price.

The new policy and prices will have no effect on teams that already stay current and upgrade each year (thank you; you know who you are).