Athens-listed lottery and gaming supplier Intralot has reorganised the divisions across its business.

As part of group restructuring efforts, the company’s Operations, Technology, Digital, and Commercial divisions have all been reorganised, with all now reporting to Intralot deputy CEO Nikos Nikolakopoulos.

The Sales & Operations division is headed up by Maria Stergiou as chief sales and operations officer. She will be responsible for the group’s operational subsidiaries, the supervision of projects worldwide and business development, bidding, and sales. Stergiou has been with Intralot for nearly five years and most recently served as group chief operating officer.

As chief services and delivery officer, Christos Dimitriadis heads up Intralot’s Services & Delivery division, responsible for the integrated solution delivery and technical support of projects worldwide.

The Lotteries division will be led by Fotis Konstantellos as chief lotteries officer. Konstantellos has been group director of online gaming for the past year, but will now be responsible for the product and technical development and evolution of the company’s LOTOS platform and lottery terminals.

Heading up the Digital and Sports Betting division, Nicklas Zajdel will take on the role of chief digital and sports betting officer, responsible for the product and technical development and evolution of Intralot’s Orion platform, trading operations, and digital products and services. Zajdel joined Intralot in February as chief digital officer.

Intralot also confirmed that group chief technology officer Argyrios Diamantis will assume the role of senior advisor to group management for new technologies and innovation.

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

Shares in Intralot SA (ASE:INLOT) were trading up 0.23 per cent at €0.429 per share in Athens Wednesday morning.


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