SoftSwiss gives clients faster access with back office’s client version

SoftSwiss gives clients faster access with back office’s client version

SoftSwiss’ game aggregator has launched a client-side version of its back office, enabling partners to access the data associated with its brands.

SoftSwiss unrolls client-version of back office

Upon launch, the back office of the game aggregator will be accessible to clients using both the Softswiss online casino platform and third-party systems.

The corporation’s endeavor is expected to “cross the divide” between operators and game suppliers, as well as supports verifications and audits.

“The launch of the back office will facilitate customer communication with Softswiss management,” noted Tatyana Kaminskaya, director of Softswiss’s game aggregator department. “Without a doubt, this will have a beneficial effect on both the speed and efficiency of work.

“Our clients have been requesting direct access to game provider bet records and histories, which we are now pleased to supply. We will shortly be releasing additional changes to the back office of the game aggregator.”

Clients that do not work with Softswiss will now be able to export information about tournament winners, inspect game rounds and additional transactions within these rounds, and track fraudulent players.

Powerful tool

Additionally, the product’s strategy for the coming year includes tournaments, retention tools, and an enhanced casino loyalty program.

This enhances the capabilities of the firm’s game aggregator clients who do not use the firm’s online casino platform. Partners will then have access to promotional options that will increase player engagement and operator security.

Softswiss followed by stating that the current version of the back office would be upgraded and updated on a regular basis to include new reports and tools.

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