GiG streamlines development resources with GroupVery

A restructured Gaming Innovation Group (GiG) has formed a strategic partnership with IT and engineering studio GroupVery improving its clients’ all-round web development and operating capacities.

The London-based studio will be handling frontend development of GiG’s platform services for customers needing specific requirements.

Operating since 2017, GroupVery has developed a specialist engineering team developing and maintaining customised frontends for high-volume and high-transaction digital incumbents.

The engineering studio maintains prior industry experience supporting Paddy Power Betfair development teams. Furthermore, GroupVery is a trusted partner for a number of fast growth Fintech enterprises including ixaris payments and WEAVR.

Chris Armes, GiG’s chief information officer, explains: We will continue to build and offer total end to end solutions for our clients, and GroupVery will complement this service by providing particular specialist components, further personalising and speeding up the service provided to our clients.”

GiG governance branded GroupVery as a key strategic partnership, allowing the firm to provide existing and potential clients with frontend individuality and access to a wider range of development resources.

Christophe Bajc, GroupVery’s chief executive officer, comments: We are thrilled of this new partnership with a technology company at the forefront of iGaming Operations, and to contribute their customers success by complementing their existing skills and experience in customising their frontend projects.”

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