Through this deal, Pragmatic has gained access to Flows’ no-code innovation platform, a tool designed to simplify and streamline software development.
To this end, Flows has gone live on Pragmatic’s so-called Integration Hub, allowing the latter company’s existing customer base to utilise Flows’ offering.
Essentially, this integration will enable Pragmatic’s clients to build features and applications without code, among other things, using Flows.
“We are delighted to be a part of Pragmatic Solutions’ Integration Hub for their platform clients to take full advantage of our innovative tool,” said Domenico Mazzola, Flows’ Director of Sales.
“It’s great to see an industry leader recognise the importance and benefits that Flows’ no-code automation can bring to their business.”
Flows, which bills itself as a “plug-in no-code platform,” works with affiliate networks, operators and suppliers alike.
Chiefly, the platform claims to be “agnostic,” capable of sitting alongside “any other piece of technology that a business has.”
Pragmatic Solutions, meanwhile, provides technology to licensed gambling and sports betting operators. Its core offering is a player account management platform (PAM). Pragmatic’s platform is pre-integrated with third-party content, payments and service providers.
Mazzola went on to hail Pragmatic, who he called a “tier-one supplier,” and said this partnership was a “great achievement” for Flows.
“Establishing partnerships with tier-one suppliers like Pragmatic Solutions is a great achievement for Flows and one we’re very proud to have formalised,” he remarked.
“We look forward to welcoming Pragmatic’s platform clients in the near future.”