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Betradar Introducing User Certification Program

Betradar Introducing User Certification Program

Betradar, the leading supplier of sports and betting-related data, announced today that they are introducing their very own Betradar User Certification Program. The program has been developed due to Betradar constantly integrating new technologies and evolving those already integrated, making it difficult for its more than 400 clients to keep up.

Betradar created the program so that the clients can train their staff and themselves in using all of the features offered by Betradar and doing it the best possible way, thus making the workplace more efficient and better managed.

 The certification process is meant to be the start of a long-term co-operation between Betradar and its clients and users. The 2-day certification workshop includes product presentations and demonstrations as well as practical exercises and a test. Trainees who complete the workshop and successfully pass the test will be handed out a certificate as a proof of industry experience and knowledge.

 “Betfair and Snai have already completed the Program and the first Betting industry professionals are already holding the Betradar User Certification. We are looking forward to expanding this Certification to all existing and potential Betradar customers worldwide. Having passed the certification, we can guarantee that our clients are unlocking the entire power of our market-leading betting solutions”, says Erik Lorenz, Sportradar’s Managing Director Sales.

“We had the pleasure to attend the User Certification course provided by Betradar which was very helpful. In total, 10 of our traders were present. Our knowledge of Betradar’s solutions and operations has increased considerably and this is already reflected in our daily operations,” stated Alberto Nassi, Senior Trader at Snai spa.

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