Groove COO makes the case for the value-added provided by the aggregation community
2021 has been a record year for aggregator and platform Groove on all fronts: record partner signings, record operator integrations, record new business, record use of backend GrooveOn and a move to a new global headquarters in Q4. While most companies might use these records to rest on their laurels for a while, Groove COO Yahale Meltzer has been making the case for the value-added provided by the aggregation community.
Groove provides a holistic set of solutions for multichannel B2B iGaming covering online and mobile gaming across all devices. The company has rapidly built a powerful operator cluster around its technology and is supported by one of the strongest technical teams in the industry.
Meltzer has been highlighting the positive role that aggregators play across the global industry, simplifying the game onboarding process, putting powerful marketing tools at the fingertips of operators and helping to drive greater profitability.
Groove has been breaking the mould in the iGaming industry since 2016 having pioneered a range of technology tools and services previously unavailable in the industry, including advanced business intelligence analytics that allows matching of content to players by region and helps drive operator revenue.
2021 saw Groove launch their enhanced easy-to-use multifunctional back-office GrooveOn which powers operator performance and delivers an expanded range of tools tailored to Groove’s operator cluster. GrooveOn has been developed to create a valuable environment for online casinos: a place where entertainment is customisable, secure and stable.
Meltzer argues that industry issues around regulation and compliance such as identity verification, anti-money laundering, self-exclusion, responsible gambling and even improving conversion rates are now covered holistically using platforms such as Groove, which deploy a range of algorithms and innovative automation to help streamline these mostly administrative processes. This is part of the value-added provided by the modern aggregation community.
Groove’s powerful platform includes thousands of casino games as well as a wealth of aggregated content ranging from slots, online casino and live casino, to poker and table games, that operators can access via easy integration to drive player engagement and revenue. This kind of easy-to-use plug-and-play format is ideal for operators who need to respond swiftly to changing market conditions, and who are supported by specialised customer service teams who are drawn directly from the casino and iGaming industries.
Groove is the content provider of choice for over 70 big industry names and has brought a raft of innovative content to the global market. Groove brings increased operator profit as well as enhanced user experience on both sides of the business, both B2B and B2C.
Meltzer says, “Business intelligence combined with specialist services is the next major change to be driven by the aggregation community and we are delighted to have been pioneers in this area. Aggregators are responsible for improving the image of the industry behind-the-scenes as well as being the change-agents for improved customer experience and interpretation of data. Our goal is one integration to deliver everything an operator will need to run a rewarding business.”