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Gametech to incorporate OtherLevels messaging capabilities into its portfolio of mobile apps

Gametech signs agreement with OtherLevels

Gametech signs agreement with OtherLevels
OtherLevels Inc, an enterprise digital messaging platform, has inked a deal with Gametech Ltd.
United Kingdom | 01/18/2016

OtherLevels Inc, an enterprise digital messaging platform, has inked a deal with Gametech Ltd.

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ametech has chosen OtherLevels to incorporate messaging capabilities into its portfolio of mobile apps, including Nenx and ProOptions, and other products currently under development.

Gametech will be using the OtherLevels platform to implement push notifications, messages sent from a centralized server to a device, and rich inbox functionality, which enables users to access an email inbox from within an app.

OtherLevels will also assist Gametech in developing messaging strategies and leveraging best practices for its messaging campaigns, which will initially focus on promotional marketing and onboarding for new users. The OtherLevels platform integrates easily with a number of different CRM and marketing platforms, including Optimove, which Gametech uses for many of its marketing activities.

“We are excited about the opportunity to work with such an innovator in the gaming space,” said Brendan O’Kane,CEO of OtherLevels. “With our recently launched Intelligent Messaging capabilities, we can provide Gametech with the ability to target its users in the moment and obtain the best possible outcomes for its messaging campaigns.”

Malcolm Graham, vice president at Gametech and former PKR CEO, commented: “We are delighted to be implementing OtherLevels’ cutting edge messaging technology into our mobile app properties.

“With their diverse array of messaging channels, we can now reach our entire audience of app users. If any innovations happen in the industry, I’m sure OtherLevels will be at the forefront.”

Gametech was co-founded by president Jason Drummond, chief technology officer Paul Laight, and chief operating officer Keith Gardner.

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