Intersog to Present Cost Effective iGambling Development Model at G2E 2014, Booth 4003

Intersog announces its free gift to all attendees of the Global Gaming Summit (G2E) 2014.

Chicago, IL, September 18, 2014 --( Intersog, a Chicago-based provider of web and mobile development solutions for iGambling industry, is pleased to announce its participation in G2E 2014 as an exhibitor.

At booth 4003, Intersog will showcase own and white label mobile gambling apps for iOS and Android, including the top grossing ones, and present its innovative engagement model that allows both large gambling operators and small indie studios to:

· Staff their game development teams with highly qualified software development and testing resources quickly (within just 30 days)
· Save up to 50% of online / mobile gambling development costs without compromising product quality
· Become a better Agile organization in terms of software solutions development

At G2E, Intersog will host free project estimation sessions for event visitors willing to have their iGambling project idea estimated by professional business analysts (BAs) and project managers (PMs). Commenting on this initiative, Kate Goldberg, Intersog’s Director of Mobile Strategy Consulting, says:

“Being at the forefront of mobile development since 2005,we’re well familiar with situations when businesses, especially startups and SMEs with pretty limited in-house tech resources, have a very poor understanding of what it actually takes to develop a great iGambling product. Therefore, we’ve decided to let them get their mobile casino or sportsbook idea in front of our BAs and get a ballpark figure of their product development and marketing. In iGambling, you need to consider a lot of factors such as country-specific gambling regulations to create a clear roadmap of successful software development, and our BAs are well aware of these considerations.”

Intersog welcomes all G2E attendees to visit its booth 4003 and find out how to start or take their iGambling development to the next maturity phase.
Viktor Bogdanov