Swintt has appointed Etienne Azzopardi as its operations director, and the online casino content provider praises the arrival of “another industry heavyweight.”
Azzopardi’s responsibilities will include organising and optimising product delivery, client launches, and global expansion, as well as keeping a close eye on customer needs and how they translate to assure the firm’s continued growth.
Vital knowledge and understanding
Swintt’s chief executive officer, David Flynn, said: “Etienne is one of the most experienced and skilled executives in the industry and his knowledge and understanding of product development and commercial delivery will be vital to Swintt as we continue to grow at pace.
“This is only possible because of the phenomenal team we have built and in Etienne we have someone who fits perfectly with our culture and wider ambition to become a tier one game provider for operators in markets around the world.
“I’d like to officially welcome Etienne to the team and look forward to working with him as we continue to push the boundaries and deliver market-leading products and games to our partners.”
Over 22 years experience
Azzopardi has over 22 years of expertise in IT professional services, digital product development, and commercial delivery, and has worked for a number of well-known companies both inside and outside the online gambling business, including Betsson and KPMG.
He comes to Swintt from Quickspin, where he was the director of commercial operations, overseeing customer onboarding, commercial analysis, and high-priority projects. He’ll use his vast experience and knowledge to help Swintt reach new heights of success.
Swintt’s operations director, Etienne Azzopardi, added: “I’m thrilled to join the team at Swintt – I’ve been welcomed by a team of industry experts, and great people, and am eager to get going and contribute to Swintt’s continued success.
“Swintt’s rapid expansion means I’ll be joining the company at an exciting time and I’m looking forward to delivering strong growth for Swintt and its customers.”