You would be correct. Whoever was/is in charge of KEH's system roll-out (who probably isn't a KEH employee) has screwed it massively. The second sign of that is that the broken system is still public. There should have been a roll-back plan, which I can only assume was not the case.
Originally Posted by Terence
I don't have any money to throw at them right now, so this isn't giving me problems. Hopefully they have things better in a month or two, when I might have a 6x7 budget.
Following these threads, reading as a software developer for a web based product, I just want to slap someone very hard.