SOFTSWISS this week announced that Jan Flores has joined the company as deputy chief technology officer. In this role, Jan will be responsible for leading multiple product development teams, including the R&D department and the Jackpot Aggregator platform.
Jan is regarded as a reputable tech professional with extensive expertise in online gambling, bringing over 15 years of experience across multiple roles in financial and iGaming companies.
Before starting his career at SOFTSWISS, he worked as director of production operations at Gaming Innovation Group (GiG). Jan’s experience prior to GiG was with Jackpotjoy Group, where he held the position of head of applications and networks services and director of IT operations.
Commenting on the appointment, Jan remarked: “I am excited to join a leading team of professionals who have produced a remarkable and innovative suite of products in such a competitive landscape. I look forward to bringing my experience and contributing towards the SOFTSWISS success story.”
On his part, co-chief technology officer Ilya Karol said: “Jan, without a doubt, has a deep understanding and immense expertise in the iGaming industry and will empower our technical leadership team, making it, even more, business and client-centric, to drive innovations,”
Based in Malta, Jan has joined the local SOFTSWISS office. Now the company is focused on expanding its presence in the island nation, well-known as an iGaming hub and looking for iGaming specialists to strengthen the team.
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