PRAGMATIC SOLUTIONS Off the shelf
Chetan Pandya on how the company is moving the industry forward.
here’s no need to build PAM yourself as a business – not only can it take years, there’s also no guarantee for success. What’s more, there’s no inherent value in PAM – either it does what it needs to do, in which case you’ll be able to focus on elements that differentiate your business, or it doesn’t do what it needs to do (which is the case most of the time), and it’ll then block all your business plans. The online gambling landscape is changing at a rapid and adaptable enough to adjust to the industry’s swiftly changing needs.
Operators need to be flexible and adaptable enough to adjust to the industry’s swiftly changing needs
are based on legacy technology – platforms that are no longer able to support the direction in which the industry money as a result. The answer? Rather than upgrading old Pragmatic Solutions’ iGaming Platform (PAM).
LEAVING LEGACY PLATFORMS BEHIND
need to be able to rely on their technology – and while legacy platforms may have been a viable solution in the scalability mean that these solutions are no longer able to meet operators’ needs – and despite the various verge of vanishing altogether.
Continuing to rely on these redundant solutions can that the Pragmatic Solutions iGaming Platform (PAM) is so gaming operators at the forefront of industry advances.
its platform with one clear goal in mind – to design the Pragmatic Solutions has succeeded where legacy platforms
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segmentation and real time analytics that legacy platforms their services or change their platform provider altogether. (PAM) is about control – empowering operators by allowing that the iGaming Platform (PAM) is able to deliver – along with access to additional products available within the Platform (PAM) is one that outclasses legacy platforms in every way.
factor to the company’s success – an approach that recognises the importance of developing the right product and on nurturing long into the future.
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