Two weeks following its parent company was re-branded under the Apricot Investments moniker and internet casino games and software programmer, Microgaming, declared that it has formally promoted Andrew Clucas to serve as its new Chief Operating Officer while additionally naming Jean-Luc Ferriere into the post of Chief Commercial Officer.
The Isle of Man-based company used a official Wednesday press launch to reveal that Clucas has served as Director for its Quickfire platform since September of 2016, that will be a period that has seen the revolutionary online gambling product listing double-digit growth.
The recently-appointed Chief Executive Officer for Microgaming, John Coleman, announced that Clucas has ‘played a central role’ at the operational success of the company since joining its ranks in 2009 by recognizing ‘consistently outstanding results’ while still in control of different areas of its business including business development, sales and controlled markets.
“I am thrilled to take on this new role in the executive group at this exciting and important time to the organization,” read a statement from Clucas.
Microgaming explained that Ferriere formerly worked as its Network Games Director and has played ‘a leading function ’ at the tactical direction, development and promotion of its internet bingo and poker solutions.
Coleman comprehensive that Ferriere is a member of the Microgaming group ‘for nearly two years ’ and owns ‘unmatched ’ commercial expertise that has ‘guaranteed the successful delivery of our products worldwide. ’
“I am privileged to have served the business for such a long time, guiding a range of sections on the way,” read a statement by Ferriere. “The culture and people at Microgaming are incredibly strong and I am thrilled to have the opportunity to guide our teams at the highest degree.