France-based sports betting solutions supplier Sportnco has confirmed the appointment of Benjamin Böhle-Roitelet as its new Chief Information Officer (CIO).
Sportnco praised Böhle-Roitelet’s technical expertise, highlighting that the new appointment will strengthen the company’s technical arsenal as well as ‘increasing innovation and managing acquisitions of tech companies’.
Hervé Schlosser, CEO and founder of Sportnco, stated: “The arrival of Benjamin Böhle-Roitelet as CIO is extremely positive and we are delighted about it.
“Benjamin is an additional asset for our company and will enable us to provide an even stronger level of service to our current and future B2B customers. This will take the company to a new level in what is already a highly technological sector.”
Böhle-Roitelet has amassed experience of managing technical projects, having previously worked with groups such as Cap Gemini Ernst & Young as well as serving as the chief executive of AI companies such as Ekito and Relief.
Commenting on his new role, Böhle-Roitelet added: “I am very happy to be joining Sportnco and continue this great adventure which has seen the company grow considerably since launching in 2010.
“My goal is for Sportnco to develop the most agile offer ever offered in the online sports betting market to enable its new and existing B2B customers to grow and expand.”