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Software is complex and success hard to achieve, Q&A w/ Max Francis Founder of Black Cow Technology

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Online gambling operators continually engage with different software projects but the rate of failure remains incredibly high. This is usually due to time pressures placed on the project. To learn more about software development, and some of the pitfalls operators need to be aware of, we spoke to Max Francis, founder of Black Cow Technology and 25 year veteran of software development. Max also talks about Agile and Rapid Application Development, and how by adopting these approaches, and working with a specialist software developer, operators can hugely increase the chances of success of any software project.

 

What are some of the main challenges operators and suppliers face when it comes to software development?

Software development is about solving a problem and the very nature of this means that we don’t know how long it will take. This is one of the biggest challenges operators and suppliers face when it comes to software projects. They struggle to understand that software development is a creative process and that we are trying to solve a problem we haven’t tackled before and we simply don’t know how long it will take to do this. This doesn’t reconcile with the date-based mentality of most organisations when it comes to deadlines and completion. This often sees projects rushed and hurried to meet an arbitrary deadline and this usually results in the project falling short of the mark or failing completely. It’s much less painful for all involved if there is a universal, upfront understanding that we can never know how long a software project will actually take.

 

What do companies need to consider if they are to complete software projects successfully – on time, on budget and in a way that effectively solves the issue?

Operators and suppliers need to make business commitments of their own and they need to be able to rely on the software provider they are working with on the project. To be able to do that, both sides need to accept the project is going to vary and evolve over time, and that they will have to trade off three crucial dimensions if it is to be delivered successfully:  features, quality and timescales. It is impossible to secure all three and at least one will have to give. So, if a project needs to go live by a certain date, that might be fine, but functionality can’t be fixed for that date. If the project needs certain functionality, then you can’t set timescales. If certain functionality is absolutely required by a certain date then the quality will have to give. Most projects try for all three – features, timescales and quality; and this is why they fail.

 

It seems that being realistic about what can be achieved is key.

It is indeed. When it comes to it, a software development project ends up in one of three places. Good with all the features but not quick; good and quick but not with all the features; or all the features and quick, but not good. The latter approach, perhaps surprisingly, can be useful for prototyping and proof-of-concept projects but care must be taken when developing without quality. All too often, trial projects end up seeping into mainstream production and people wonder why the quality is so poor. In my experience, it’s much better to be realistic about what can actually be achieved rather than trying to run a project with blindly perceived “needs” that just can’t be met. This doesn’t mean scaling back ambitions, it just means understanding the compromises. That said, to be able to predict what can be done, we need to understand and deliver small useful chunks of what we know rather than failing to deliver based on what we want. It’s always best to be realistic, and Agile and Rapid Application Development principles help us to do this.

 

Can you tell us more about Agile and Rapid Application Development principles?

At Black Cow we have the mantra “something useful to someone, sooner”. It’s essentially about partnership-oriented iterative delivery. Satya Nadella of Microsoft put it quite nicely: “set and repeatedly meet short-term goals”. The central idea of any Agile development practice is that we don’t know what we’re going to eventually need, so expect change and collaborate to deliver for the biggest difference to the business now. Think vertical slices rather than layers: do some of it fully rather than lots of it partially. Everything flows much more easily in our projects once our partners understand that it’s ultimately about delivering to their imminent business need. For me, the most important aspect is the partnership – all parties are delivering this project. We’re not trying to ruin your day by telling you that it can’t all be done; we’re trying to help you plan! Choose the compromises before they choose themselves.

 

Can you give a few real-world examples of what these approaches look like?

So, it’s good to have a plan but make every effort to base your plans on what can actually be achieved now rather than what you ultimately want to achieve. Then you need to recognise that plans always change. It’s important to tackle small enough chunks to allow yourself a better chance of success by predictably delivering, then delivering to the imminent business need. And be sensible about what that need is. To determine this, look to solve today’s problems and not the problems you might have tomorrow (unless that is in itself today’s problem). Recognise that there will always be compromises.

Think progress and not perfection. Success comes from delivering as consistently as both sides can manage and seeking to optimise at all times. Adjust the process based on the progress you are making. Don’t believe anyone who tells you they will deliver on time – they are only saying this and can’t guarantee it. This includes the customer providing material to the software developer such as specifications and responses – this is also a form of delivery.

Finally, always treat timescale requirements with suspicion. You must ask if time really is of the essence or whether it is just a desire to get something done as quickly as possible. A real deadline means the project fails completely if it’s missed. This is usually not the case.

 

What do operators and suppliers need to look for in a software development partner? And what should the working relationship between both parties look like?

Working effectively and with the right software provider is mission-critical. The supplier and the customer need to deliver, support and commit to each other. There are no sides here, this is a partnership of equals. It’s a relationship that works best when the customer keeps the supplier focused on the requirements and the supplier keeps the customer focused on what’s technically possible. In this way both parties converge on a solution and are equally committed to the shared goal. “I’m the customer and this is what I want” doesn’t get software delivered. A more intelligent approach is needed.

Software projects are highly complex interactions between several parties with requirements that change on the fly. Projects also continue well after delivery – it’s never about providing a fixed bunch of requirements as a package and then you’re done. That’s why we ensure we take the customer on the journey with us, acting as a true partnership. This is why non-software businesses should engage good software experts for their software projects, allowing both sides to get on with what they do best and allowing the project to succeed.

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Exclusive Q&A w/ Rory Credland, Head of Strategy at Next.io

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Q&A w/ Rory Credland, Head of Strategy at Next.io
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  • Could you provide an overview of the upcoming Next.io summit in May?

We are hosting our 4th annual NEXT.io event in Valletta on 15 – 16 May. With a global delegation of 5,000 attendees, Valletta’24 is more than just a conference; it’s where groundbreaking ideas and innovations converge. In addition to the leadership stage, we host several side tracks on marketing, investment, HR, sustainability, technology, emerging markets/jurisdictions – plus a new track on personal development. As we expect over 5,000 attendees, we have also increased our networking space with a new hall dedicated to more exhibitors, entertainment area, lunch, and a chill-out zone. Finally, our recent partnership with Ask Gamblers will ensure greater affiliates and operators in attendance, so as you can see there is definitely something for everyone and the event promises to be one of endless connections and activities.

 

  • What speakers or panelists can attendees expect to hear from during the summit?

We have tailored the event to make this event the pinnacle of the iGaming industry, offering unparalleled networking opportunities and insights from 300 industry-leading voices. We have many c-level speakers attending including Angus Nisbet, VP Gaming, BetMGM, gaming industry expert Paris Smith, Lahcene Merzoug, CEO. PressEnter, Francesco Postiglione, CEO, Casumo, Martina Akerlund, CEO, CallsU, Jeffrey Haas, Chief Growth Officer, William Hill, Todd Haushalter, CPO, Evolution Group, Tim Heath, General Partner, Yolo Investments plus an amazing keynote to kick off the start the event. We have two amazing keynotes to kick-start day 1 and 2 of the event, so I urge you to check out our agenda via

 

  • Can you share any insights into the format of sessions and discussions planned for the summit?

We like to change the formats and concepts up at NEXT.io compared to the norm that you see at other organisers. For instance, we base our talks at 30mins max to ensure that it is short and sharp straight to the point discussions and a limited number of speakers on each session so that more interactive discussion and debate can be had. We also are putting the CEOs under the spotlight this year – think Mastermind – with each CEO – one by one – under a “spotlight” for 10mins with direct questioning from the host. Should be awesome and insightful.

 

  • How does Next.io ensure diversity and inclusivity in the selection of speakers and participants for its summits?

Internally we take an active stance to ensure that there is a cross selection of speakers to this regard based on our own internal metrics. Wherever possible we encourage new speakers to be put forward by their organisations or through connections that we make – this allows for new and different perspectives on the discussion to hand which make the event and tracks interesting and informative for the audience.

 

  • What unique networking or collaboration opportunities will be available to participants during the event?

For two years ago we have designed NEXT.io Valletta to be a festival week of iGaming, encouraging people to arrive for the week to take part in our activities we have on the Monday and Tuesday before attending the event on Wednesday. This year we have Golf, Padel, Run Club plus many networking events taking place from Tuesday through to Friday night, so check out the website where you will be able to find more information.

 

  • How does Next.io leverage technology or innovation to enhance the summit experience for attendees, whether in-person or virtual?

We have a unique advantage hosting the event at the MCC in that the main stage is built like a theatre – so with use of such a big stage we can use LED screens which allow for animation and interaction on screen as well as several attendee applications which ensures they get directly involved with what session is taking place and have an input into the direction of the questioning.

 

  • What motivated Next.io to choose Malta as the location?

NEXT.io head office is based in Malta, so it felt a natural fit to organise our flagship event within the country and at one of Malta’s iconic venues – The Mediterranean Conference Centre – with epic views over the harbour and Mediterranean Sea. When NEXT.io was formed the company had amazing support from the Maltese Gaming Authority who backed us at the time and so since day one we continue to use Malta to host what we feel is becoming an event on everyone’s calendars.

 

  • How does Next.io ensure that its summits provide a platform for emerging voices and perspectives alongside established leaders and experts?

As mentioned previously we like to continuously promote not only the established experts but also the leaders of tomorrow. Our Advisory Board is instrumental in that regards as they also have an ear to the ground as to whom is best to suggest for topics and discussions. I think what works best is a mix of experience and new to crate that interesting discussion on stage.

 

  • How does Next.io plan to capture and share the insights and outcomes from the Malta summit to extend its impact beyond the event itself?

We record our main stage sessions and use this through our awesome marketing to promote the event long after it is over via access on our news part of the website. In fact, we never see an event having an “end” more of a continuation to the next show as we promote what was and what is new for the following year. Continuous dialogue with our audience and clients is important to ensure consistent messaging and allows us to react to what market forces are in play at the time.

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BetGames Classic roulette launch w/ Andreas Koeberl, CEO

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You’ve just launched your own spin on the casino classic roulette – what prompted this move and why now?

AK: Our mission is to help our partners convert their recreational punters into casino players, organically, resulting in lower CPAs and higher retention rates. In practice, this means instead of throwing massive bonuses at your players, you use a curated set of games, features and targeted bonuses at a way lower cost. We already deliver the initial part of this journey and have now added arguably the most classic game of all time to ensure we don’t lose those players to the competition.

 

Some may consider such a launch as brave given how saturated the market is with versions of the game – how have you built the trademark BetGames DNA into your version?

AK: The products we launch are all key parts of the puzzle to convert bettors to casino, rather than being efforts to attack the big established brands in the market. Roulette is a commodity and what’s the point of entering a price war we can’t win due to lower scale? The crucial focus is the player conversion journey and a seamless experience – not having to switch lobbies and staying with the supplier you trust. We didn’t reinvent the wheel, so to speak! I don’t think the fancy studios with robot arms and seven different cameras add any value in our core markets. We focused on a slick player experience with a professional presenter quality. We have kept it simple and targeted.

 

Do you have certain markets in mind for this latest launch? Are we seeing RNG table games surge in popularity in LatAm, for example?

AK: We’re focusing on our existing markets and LatAm initially. This is one reason why we launched the game without a continuous stream during the placing of bets, reducing data consumption. What we have learned from some of our existing games, and certainly from our most popular examples, is that our players (who are generally more sports savvy) enjoy silence and focus during betting. Thus, we have top-notch quality presentation during the spin but a quiet, slick betting experience during the dwell time. This helps to save players’ data, particularly in markets where developing infrastructures are a challenge. LatAm isn’t very developed yet with live content, and one of the main reasons for that is partly poor infrastructure. Quick, data-light products like RNG games remain popular because of that.

 

You’ve seen a lot of success in LatAm and Africa – are the requirements of developing markets hugely different to those of the more established when you are developing products?

AK: Africa is special because it is an extremely superstitious market – trust and ease of use are everything. LatAm is more demanding on the localisation front. People want Brazilian Portuguese or Latin Spanish, even though they often play games muted – this makes it tricky. From a live perspective, both markets are still in their infancy. RNG develops quicker, but still has huge potential. We will see what the new regulations in areas such as Brazil, Peru and Chile will bring in terms of market development.

 

Is the widening of your product portfolio indicative of a long-term shift of focus for BetGames? Will we see more of your more traditional lottery and card-based games?

AK: We follow a niche strategy and want to add incremental value for our partners. We have seen a lot of new competitors entering the live dealer space aiming to take on the likes of Evolution, Playtech and Pragmatic Play. Most of them failed or at least experienced a hard landing in terms of commercial success. The big players, especially Pragmatic and Evolution have massive scale, giving them significant competitive advantages, which lots of smaller or new studios often underestimate. A 24/7 live operation comes with enormous challenges and OPEX and the rev shares on commodities like roulette are getting smaller and smaller. So, we will stick to our mission and USP. If a partner wants a roulette environment, we are capable of delivering, but it needs to make sense. Hence, we aren’t neglecting our core to become a supplier of roulette and blackjack specifically.

We’ve grown our portfolio over the years to accommodate constantly shifting player trends and technology and will continue to do so, remaining agile, relevant and making informed decisions on a product offering that suits global markets.

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Sponsors Spotlight: iGaming Mastery Insights by Atlas-IAC and its CMO, Bogdana Yavorskaya

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Ahead of the highly-anticipated Prague Gaming & TECH Summit, organizer HIPTHER is thrilled to introduce and put the spotlight on the companies and people that help make the magic happen: our conference sponsors! These innovative, accomplished professionals and teams make magic happen every day, and they will be joining us at the Prague Gaming & TECH Summit 2024 taking place on 26-27 March, to share insights, network and collaborate with you! Get to know them, connect, and meet them in Prague!

In this Sponsors Spotlight Interview the #hipthers meet Bogdana Yavorskaya, Chief Marketing Officer at Atlas-IAC, the Badge & Bracelet Sponsors of the upcoming Prague Gaming & TECH Summit. Bogdana will be a Speaker at the Summit, offering valuable insights at the panel about “iGaming Mastery: Innovative Strategies in Marketing, PR, and Retention”.

 

Hello Bogdana, thank you for this interview. We are delighted to get to know you, and introduce you to our readers! Can you please tell us a bit about yourself and your current role at Atas-IAC?

It’s a pleasure to chat with you. I’m the Chief Marketing Officer at Atlas-IAC, where we’re all about pushing the boundaries in the exciting world of iGaming.

My journey in marketing spans a whopping 18 years, and I’ve had the privilege of delving into various aspects of this dynamic field. From crafting effective marketing strategies to diving deep into media planning and optimization, I’ve had my hands in all sorts of exciting projects.

Before joining the team at Atlas-IAC, I had the pleasure of working with some incredible international brands like Coca-Cola and Danone, where I got to flex my marketing muscles and help shape their success stories.

What excites me most about my role here at Atlas-IAC is the opportunity to innovate and drive meaningful change in the iGaming industry. It’s a fast-paced world, but with my wealth of experience and passion for what I do, I’m always up for the challenge.

One of the major aims for me is to show how strong the brand of Atlas-IAC is and how fantastic our product is. Due to a competitive environment, building a strong brand is essential for our industry to establish trust, gain a competitive edge, foster customer loyalty, optimize marketing efforts, ensure regulatory compliance, and attract talent and partnerships.

In addition to our focus on brand strength and product excellence, at Atlas-IAC, we are committed to promoting responsible gaming practices together with our partners. Authenticity, transparency, and responsible gaming practices are crucial for fostering trust and loyalty among players of our partners. The significance of responsible gaming practices in promoting a safe and sustainable gaming environment and preventing problem gambling is one of our key priorities in fostering responsible partnerships. We provide our partners with specific tools for responsible gaming. For example, Atlas-IAC implements self exclusion mechanics in our risk management tools, allowing players to set their own limits for their bookie or casino games

I’m thrilled to be part of such an innovative team, and I can’t wait to see what the future holds for Atlas-IAC and the iGaming industry as a whole.

 

Let’s get to know Atlas-IAC! Can you please introduce the company, and share with us how Atlas-IAC’s next-generation platform is revolutionizing the iGaming industry?

Atlas-IAC is a B2B provider of a next-generation platform for iGaming operators. Our core priority is our partners and product. We cooperate with the iGaming industry by broadening product ranges, adhering to regulations, refining marketing and customer relationship strategies, and adopting offerings to local markets.

We are really proud of our Sportsbook which can be integrated in 2 days. Our platform is scalable and automatic. Atlas-IAC stands as a robust, scalable, and dependable iGaming solution with 99.8% uptime, among the highest in the industry. Continual enhancements ensure lightning-fast, intuitive Sportsbook functionality, instantaneous bet settlement, uninterrupted casino gameplay, real-time risk management, state-of-the-art anti-fraud measures, and adaptable market expansion.

Rooted in collaboration and mutual growth, we remain steadfast in our mission to empower partners, share expertise, and deliver a superior product that underpins their success.

 

One of Atlas-IAC’s strengths is its rapid Sportsbook Integration. How does this feature contribute to enhancing operators’ marketing efforts and attracting new players?

We are really proud of our in-house developed Sportsbook. It stands out as a top choice for those aiming to kickstart or expand their sports betting venture due to its full automation. What sets it apart are its meticulously crafted features, designed to drive heightened engagement among players, consequently boosting the average check value and elevating the player’s lifetime worth.

Our commitment extends to continuous product refinement, accompanied by an individual approach for each partner. We are providing them with the flexibility to integrate specific modules aligned with their business objectives. Our customization process is tailored to address the unique demands of each operator, ensuring seamless functionality, appearance, and behavior precisely aligned with their vision.

In the iGaming industry, Sportsbook platforms play a vital role in enhancing operators’ marketing efforts and attracting new players. Sportsbook offers real-time betting options during live sports events, creating an exciting and immediate wagering experience that appeals to sports enthusiasts. With a diverse range of betting markets, including niche sports and specific outcomes, Sportsbook platform caters to various types of bettors, expanding the operator’s target audience.

Operators leverage Sportsbook to offer attractive promotions, bonuses, and incentives, such as sign-up bonuses and free bets, to entice both seasoned bettors and newcomers. Moreover, the cross-platform accessibility of Sportsbook platforms enables operators to reach a wider audience, including mobile users who prefer betting on the go.

Overall, Atlas-IAC’s Sportsbook contributes significantly to operators’ marketing efforts by offering dynamic betting opportunities, personalized promotions, and seamless accessibility across devices. With an outstanding uptime of 99.8%, we hold firm confidence in both the quality and growth potential of our Sportsbook.

 

With Atlas-IAC’s focus on automation and maximizing profit for operators, could you elaborate on how your platform facilitates effective communication and collaboration with partners in the iGaming ecosystem?

We have managed to strike the perfect balance between meeting our partners’ needs and injecting excitement into their players’ experiences. With Atlas-IAC’s Next-Gen iGaming platform, partners gain access to a comprehensive suite of tools, empowering them to manage their entertainment business seamlessly, free from technical worries.

We’re dedicated to tailoring our products to suit each partner’s unique requirements, priding ourselves on our flexibility. Whether it’s developing specific modules or customizing features, we’re always ready to adapt to individual needs, and this is our undeniable advantage.

Thanks to the fully automated and flexible Atlas-IAC platform, our partners have tools for effective communication and marketing strategy in the iGaming ecosystem. We offer must-haves for our partners. For example, the Personal Odds Boost feature allows offering an individual odds increase for a specific player, regardless of the type of event (either Pre-match or Live), or Combo Boost which lets players see the real-time odds increase as they add more events to their bet slip. It is a simple yet powerful way to let players put their knowledge of sports to the test and boost their reward.

By streamlining workflows, enhancing efficiency, and prioritizing player relationships, our platform enables iGaming operators to excel. We’ve developed a bespoke CRM tailored to the nuances of the iGaming realm, simplifying player communication, bonus distribution, progress tracking, and necessary activity restrictions — all in line with the latest responsible gaming standards.

 

What are the markets that Atlas-IAC works with, and how do you tailor marketing communications for different regions and audiences?

Atlas-IAC operates globally, starting from Latin America to Europe, Africa, and Asia. As a B2B company, our target audience is our partners who engage with iGaming enthusiasts worldwide. We employ innovative marketing strategies tailored to various segments of the iGaming audience, including millennials, casual gamers, and high rollers. We always keep a close eye on emerging market trends in each region.

Firstly, I’d prioritize conducting comprehensive market research, as we usually do at Atlas-IAC. It enables us to gain insights into the preferences, behaviors, and cultural nuances of our target audiences across various regions. With these insights in mind, we focus on creating content that resonates with each local audience. This includes using language, imagery, and themes that are culturally relevant and familiar. For example, soccer is the most popular sport to bet on in Brazil, while in Great Britain, some of the most popular forms of sports betting involve placing bets on horse racing, dog racing, and soccer, so communications on our sportsbook solutions for operators in these markets will be different.

To effectively reach diverse audiences, we have to segment our target market. This allows for more tailored messaging to specific groups. While some trends are common globally, such as nearly 35% of the population having placed a sports wager in the past 12 months, people have different reasons for betting: wanting to win money, enjoying the excitement, finding sports more interesting, liking the competition, or viewing it as a hobby. Additionally, there is a worldwide trend of rising mobile gaming, the integration of virtual reality and augmented reality experiences, and the emergence of esports betting. Mobile gaming has made gaming more accessible than ever before, attracting a diverse audience, including casual gamers, older adults, and even non-gamers, due to the simplicity and convenience of mobile devices. These insights help us to communicate effectively with our target audience. A simple example: We have our automated fast sportsbook API and actively use it in our marketing communications because we understand what our partners need to succeed in mobile gambling. Our marketing strategy is based on providing solutions the company is able to offer our partners, regarding market trends. We use personalization in our communications and select the appropriate marketing channels for each market.

 

Looking ahead to 2024, what are Atlas-IAC’s key priorities and plans in terms of expanding into new markets or enhancing its existing offerings?

We are experiencing a surge in integration requests from operators across diverse regions, indicating a growing demand for our solutions. Our primary focus is on expanding into regulated territories, particularly in Latin America, Eastern Europe, Africa, and South-East Asia.

Our priorities for 2024 are threefold. Firstly, we aim to contribute to the sustainable development of our partners. Secondly, we intend to further develop our platform by implementing new technologies. And thirdly, we are committed to meeting the demand for our product across various regions globally.

The cornerstone of our strategy is maintaining a competitive edge in the market. We firmly believe that our in-house developed sportsbook stands as one of the best available. Our overarching goal is to cultivate reliable partnerships and drive innovation in the iGaming industry through our cutting-edge platform and its solutions.

 

As a panelist on “iGaming Mastery: Innovative Strategies in Marketing, PR, and Retention,” what unique insights or strategies do you plan to bring to the discussion, considering Atlas-IAC’s expertise and offerings?

Recognizing the pivotal role of mobile gaming in propelling the iGaming revolution is crucial. With the exponential surge in smartphone usage worldwide, harnessing mobile platforms for gaming experiences becomes imperative. Our strategy involves leveraging the power of our Sportsbook API solution to deliver seamless and captivating gaming experiences for our partners’ clients. It promises to be an intriguing discussion, touching on various trends, such as the transformative potential of immersive technologies like VR and AR in reshaping the iGaming landscape. Additionally, we’ll explore the surging popularity of esports betting as a key trend in the iGaming industry. Moreover, we’ll delve into topics like targeted campaigns and partnerships, brand building, and the importance of responsible gaming and communication.

 

Thank you for this informative interview, Bogdana! We look forward to meeting you at the Prague Gaming & TECH Summit, and hearing your valuable insights on iGaming PR, Marketing, and Retention Strategies.

 

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