Gaming Innovation Group and Fast Track enter new agreement

Gaming Innovation Group and Fast Track enter new agreement

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Gaming Innovation Group now has Fast Track CRM fully available to operators on its platform after it signed a new agreement with the latter.

GiG currently provides a leading iGaming platform, as it supplies all operators with a versatile and workable solution in order to release their online offerings. GiG currently works with many third party integrations in order to offer its clients the best selection of expert products in various scopes including data and compliance.

Fast Track has already signed deals with many brands who utilize the GiG platform, such as Dunder and Twin. The firm is now anticipating some more collaborations with GiG through this new deal. Fast Track’s platform supplies operators with the right tools in order to develop personalised engagements and get a unified look on their CRM activity.

Fast Track co-founder, Christopher Hirst, commented on the partnership saying:

“Like Fast Track, GiG is a technology company at its core. One of the major strengths of the GiG platform has always been its flexibility with data, which compliments Fast Track. We love collaborating with the GiG team in consistently delivering value to our mutual partners, and look forward to this formalised partnership.”

The two parties have a mission in common, which is the support of operators in attaining scalability by using state-of-the-art tech, as iGaming operators are now able to make good use of this partnership with their unified abilities of the two platforms. 

GiG business development director, Martin Collins, also added:

“Fast Track, as an organisation, brings a great deal of industry knowledge to the table and drives operational excellence and value for their customers via their excellent platform. Partnering with a leading provider of tech solutions is an exciting opportunity for GiG and allows us to further deliver value to all of our customers. We wholeheartedly welcome Fast Track to our marketplace.”

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