Understanding the importance of Pay Per Head Redundancy


At one point or more throughout your lifetime, you've likely heard the phrase "location, location, location." This is oftentimes uttered in terms of real estate or other similar types of properties. The same thing can be said for pay per head companies; however, the phrase that most individuals associated with this line of work is "redundancy, redundancy, redundancy."

If you or someone who know is a bookmaker and are currently considering (or have previously considered) contacting an offshore pay per head company to assist you in handling all of your business tasks, it's extremely essential that you keep redundancy in mind as the number one priority. If, on the off-chance, you find what may be a good company to work with, only to find out that redundancy is something that isn't a top priority for them, then your best bet will be to continue to look elsewhere until you find the right pay per head company that meets your needs in terms of redundancy.

While there are many reputable offshore pay per head shops that you, as a bookmaker, can choose from for your business, it's important to keep in mind that not all of these companies are created equal. Regardless of how you do it, you will need to dig as deep as you can to ensure that the company you have your eye on truly possesses a redundant backbone. Now, you may be asking yourself, "what does that mean exactly?" Well, the answer is simple. It basically means that if a pay per head service has redundancy at the top of their priority list, it means that their total amount of downtime is minimal in nature. In fact, the most reputable pay per head companies will have what are referred to as "triple redundant failover systems," which will keep all of a bookmaker's players from experiencing any kind of downtime.

Regardless of how big or small a bookmaker's business is, the biggest issue that can effectively kill it is when a bookmaker decides to sign with an offshore pay per head company that is considered by many in the gaming business to be inadequate in nature. This is due to the fact that the players aligned with these companies will experience both various delays and indeterminate amounts of downtime, both of which are extremely frustrating circumstances. You wouldn’t want to find yourself in a situation where you are constantly hammered with players phone calls complaining that they cannot log in to the website. As a bookmaker, it is your responsibility to do as much research as possible in order to determine which particular pay per head companies have excellent records of preventing issues like this from taking place. Any reputable pay per head sports book service will have redundant internet services, electrical services, and telephone services in place to help prevent downtime and other delays, which is something that they will publicly note that they are proud of.

So if you are a bookmaker and are looking for a reputable pay per head shop that prides itself on redundancy, be sure to do all that you can to find out as much as you can before making a final decision to sign with one.

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