In order to attract business clients towards accessing your business’ services or products, a company must ensure to provide the necessary support for business clients to achieve sustainable growth through making use of their world-class products and solutions.
The responsibility to provide the best products that help businesses evolve is not one to take lightly and needs true dedication to always identify the most sustainable of methods, services, and products for success. This is exactly what Gaming Innovation Group does when working with its business clients.
Gaming Innovation Group is a leading iGaming technology company, providing solutions, products, and services to iGaming Operators. Founded back in 2012, GiG operates in four countries, Spain, Denmark, Latvia, and Malta.
Through its work, it aims to be the industry-leading platform and media provider delivering world-class solutions to our iGaming partners and their customers. It aims to do so while driving towards sustainable growth and profitability of its clients through product innovation, scalable technology, and quality of service.
Apart from offering high-class platform products and services for retail and online operators, GiG also recognises the strong need for companies towards fulfilling their Corporate Social Responsibility. In fact, in 2021 GiG launched its new three-year approach to sustainability and established its CSR leg of the business, called GiG Gives, as an official foundation.
The foundation has two pillars, ‘Bridging the gap’ which is based on making education inclusive and accessible in local communities to everyone, and is launching in 2022, while the second encourages employees to run their own initiatives and campaigns in order to support the local community, all aligned with the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
For instance, in Malta, the company supports MSPCA by supplying food, beds and care products that are all purchased from local businesses, as well as food and care products for homeless shelters and orphanages.
To be able to do all of the above and more, GiG requires a seamless mobile connection between employees and departments. Epic for Business provides GiG with its mobile voice and data service. This service ensures that GiG employees can communicate efficiently between departments and with clients to offer sustainable and immediate solutions.
Understanding that every business is unique and has different needs, Epic offers GiG tailor-made solutions to aid its sustainability promise to prosper.
Aligned with this, Epic is also inspired to be open for diversification, offering a variety of ready-made or tailor-made services and products for a variety of business clients. Also, like GiG, Epic takes CSR very seriously and invests in several outstanding local projects and NGOs through its foundation Epic for Good.
“Following the pandemic, like many businesses around the globe, GiG also needed to reposition the business with a focus on growth. Repositioning the businesses meant the need for constant communication and connectivity between our departments and teams and that is why we relied greatly on Epic providing us with a great network,” said Justin Psaila, Gaming Innovation Group’s Chief Financial Officer.
“Being a company that offers services to other business we understand the need to be agile, active and responsive and this is also why we chose Epic and Epic for Business.”
Epic for Business strives to provide local businesses with the best tailor-made solutions to maximise their operations. Epic for Business offers packages for small companies, medium & large companies as well as positions itself as a Business Solutions Partner.
Businesses choose Epic for Business because it provides dedicated care, it has established itself as the most recommended network with over 250,000 subscribers around the islands, and offers the best roaming connection services due to being an international company.
For more information, visit Epic for Business.
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