International iGaming software supplier SOFTSWISS have had their efforts recognised, receiving two awards at the recent prestigious Starlet Awards 2021.
The awards for Best Customer Service of the Year and Game Aggregator of the Year confirmed the company’s position as an iGaming industry leader.
Judged by a ‘specifically selected panel of industry experts all with diverse experience’ the awards were to honour the best B2B service providers in the gaming industry.
This is not the first recognition the company has received this year. In August three of the brand’s C-level representatives, Ivan Montik, Valentina Bagniya and Max Trafimovich were honoured as the brightest and most distinctive experts in Leadership, Marketing, and Business Development accordingly.
In August at the International Gaming Awards (IGA), SOFTSWISS was awarded Best Customer Service Company of the Year and then earlier in the year SOFTSWISS was chosen as one of the most influential brands in iGaming at the EGR B2B, and the Global Gaming Awards
SOFTSWISS founder Ivan Montik commented on the recent awards: “We are delighted to have achieved another rightfully awarded prize for the best customer service in the industry. This is a fully deserved victory, based on the company’s unwavering philosophy: ‘SOFTSWISS customers should receive the highest level of service and technology solutions from first class to maximize your profit.’
“We see that the customer service provided by SOFTSWISS is setting the standard for performance and quality assurance for the entire gaming community.
“In our portfolio we have products, for example, SOFTSWISS Online Casino Platform, which are well known in the iGaming industry and recognized by the professional community. are in the top positions, as proven by winning the Best Game Aggregator of the Year nomination.
“The status of leader obliges us to maintain high quality standards, motivating and driving us towards development and innovation. After all, we are not just setting the trends for ourselves, but for the entire iGaming industry.”