Why sportsbook companies are betting on Kambi

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Andrew Hedengren, Data Platform Architect, Kambi and Alex Ramirez, Vertica

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Successful sports betting companies offer their customers ample betting options, ease in financial transactions and great customer service, all of which generates repeat business and competitive advantages. Based in Sweden, Kambi supplies its sports betting technology to dozens of Sportsbooks around the globe, providing a first-class sports betting experience, customer intelligence and risk management and serving as an incubator for operator innovation. As a Vertica customer for more than 10 years, Kambi tracks and reports on 150+ data sources for 375 users worldwide, while maintaining regulatory and GDPR compliance in this highly regulated industry. Please join Andrew Hedengren, Kambi’s Data Platform Architect, as he describes how Vertica delivers a centralized version of the truth for a “simple and scalable” on-premises solution

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