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Sportingtech raises the Pulse with new Retail Solution

Sportingtech has bolstered its product portfolio with Retail Solution, a web-based application that opens up opportunities in multiple markets across LatAm and Africa.

The gaming platform provider has chosen this year’s iGB Live conference in Amsterdam (17-20 July) to present the newest addition to its Pulse Platform, which combines sports, technology, casino games and betting into a single solution.

Designed to enhance productivity and efficiency in the betting shop, Retail Solution is said to be characterised by “stability, speed, impeccable functionalities, adaptability and constant innovations”.

It is a completely web-based application, so there is no installation required for its virtual gaming content and full range of sports betting markets, both for pre-match and in-play.

Elvis Džombić, Head of Business Development at Sportingtech, added: “We always look forward to bringing innovations that will generate added value for our clients and enrich the product portfolio within our Pulse platform solution.

“Retail solution is all about that, application designed for markets where people enjoy going to betting shops to place their bets and spend time. This opens up plenty of opportunities for multiple markets in Latin America and Africa.”

The Pulse Platform is already packed with risk analysis features, content management, sportsbook management, customer management and in-depth reporting, along with powerful CRM and CMS, complete modularity and flexibility in business, design and integrations.

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