UK – SIS appoints Kinna Patel as Head of Software DeliveryBy Phil - 12 March 2019
SIS (Sports Information Services), the leading supplier of 24/7 betting services to retail and online operators globally, has appointed Kinna Patel as its new Head of Software Delivery.
She has 25 years’ experience working for organisations across the globe, specialising in .NET development, as well as project, programme and team management. She previously worked for Ladbrokes as the operator’s Senior Delivery Manager, responsible for an internationally dispersed development team and overseeing its sportsbook delivery into multiple jurisdictions.
She joins SIS from car rental company Enterprise Rent-A-Car, where she held the position of Agile Project Manager for its European online booking system. Previously, she worked for payment systems company Vocalink, as well as RCI Banque and IT software and services company 1E.
In her new role, Kinna Patel will be responsible for overseeing the delivery of software projects across all of SIS’s products, including the recently launched innovative new esports betting product, SIS Competitive Gaming, as well as its 24/7 Live Betting Channels.
Kinna Patel said: “I’m thrilled to have joined SIS and to be once again working within the sports betting sector, one of the most exciting industries in the world. SIS has a proud heritage of delivering end-to-end betting solutions, including live pictures of sporting events to operators all around the world, and I’m looking forward to being involved in a hugely successful operation to enhance it even further.”
Dominic Matthews, COO at SIS, said: “Kinna’s appointment is fantastic news for SIS. She’s a highly-experienced individual who has worked for global organisations, with a track record for delivering major IT projects. With the addition of Kinna to our ever-expanding team, we’re in a strong position to continue providing our operator partners globally with a world-class service of 24/7 live betting content that helps drives bettor engagement and increases revenues.”