Constantinos Antonopoulos

INTRALOT signs four year IT contract with OPAP

Constantinos Antonopoulos
Constantinos Antonopoulos

INTRALOT has announced that it has signed a four-year  IT contract with Greek operator OPAP S.A. The company will undertake the implementation of the new Data Centres, will provide hardware and system software, as well as services for the operation, maintenance, technical support and system evolution.

The contract includes the provision of the use of the hardware and system software of Data Centres, the migration of all existing data and functionalities to the new Central System and upgrade LOTOS O/S to Enhanced LOTOS O/S, the granting of the licenses to use its software and, in particular, for the iFLEX Sports Betting Platform, the Data Warehouse System and the Loyalty Program Players’ Club. Moreover, INTRALOT will provide support services, including the maintenance of the Data Centers, as well as the on site maintenance of Points of Sale equipment, Support Center Services, Data Center Business Operation Support Services and the Continuous Development Services of the Application Software, among others. INTRALOT will also provide OPAP with equipment for a new Central System.

INTRALOT Group CEO Constantinos Antonopoulos stated: “We are glad to continue offering to our longest client our state-of-the-art technology. Our aim is to support the new management of OPAP in their endeavour to continue to modernise the Greek gaming market and offer to the players the most entertaining gaming experiences. INTRALOT’s cutting-edge solutions guarantee that OPAP enters a new era with the most trusted and secure technology in the lottery sector.”

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