Some six weeks after offloading its Totolotek SA sportsbetting enterprise to a subsidiary of German operator, Gauselmann Group, and prominent gaming and lottery solutions innovator, Intralot SA, has now announced the restructuring of its technology, operations, commercial and digital divisions.

Operational adjustment:

Intralot used an official Friday press release to detail that the reorganization has seen, Maria Stergiou, take over as its Chief Sales and Operations Officer in order to oversee all of its operational subsidiaries as well as its entire collection of sales, bidding, business development and supervisory projects.

Services switch:

The Athens-listed firm explained that the reshuffle has additionally involved, Christos Dimitriadis, being appointed to serve as its Chief Services and Delivery Officer where he is to be in charge of delivering and supporting its complete portfolio of integrated solutions around the world.

Lottery leader:

The innovator used the press release to state that the shake-up has moreover included the naming of, Fotis Konstantellos, to work as its latest Chief Lotteries Officer with the experienced executive now due to be responsible for further developing its Lotos gaming and transaction processing platform alongside its extensive lottery terminal ecosystem.

Digital designation:

Intralot proclaimed that the reshuffle has also entailed, Nicklas Zajdel, being appointed as its Chief Digital and Sports Betting Officer where he is to be tasked with advancing its Orion sportsbetting platform as well as all associated trading operations and digital services and products.

Trained tutelage:

Finally, the Greek firm noted that the four new appointees are to work under the guidance of its Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Nikos Nikolakopoulos, and that the restructure has moreover precipitated its Group Chief Technology Officer, Argyrios Diamantis, being redeployed to serve as a senior advisor covering the areas of innovation and new technologies.

According to the firm’s statement…

“The new structure reflects the company’s strategy for cost and operational optimization, faster and more efficient project delivery and the leveraging of new products for digital transformation through vertical product units.”