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Where Can I Find Online Bookmaker Software in California

Written by:
Gilbert Horowitz
Published on:
Jul/23/2019

Those living in the state of California can easily find top of the line bookmaking software.  All work will be contracted out, including linesmaking and customer service.  The software is customized for your players.

*4 weeks free trial
*Starting at $7 per head, 24/7 support
*Pay only for active players
*Live in-play betting on mobile or laptop
*No deposit required - Instant setup
*Live dealer casino or virtual casino
*18 plus years in business serving sports betting public
*70 plus horse tracks
Click here to visit RealBookies

Using a sports betting software through a Pay Per Head (PPH) service is most certainly the way to go.  The Pay Per Head charges a small weekly fee (usually around $10) per active customer.

The benefits include;

Save man-hours for sure, because the gambling software fulfills some of the tasks that others have customarily been done by employees.  Save money too. Remember also that time is money, so if you’ve got more time to do the kinds of things that grow the business – like getting more customers into the fold – you’re going to win in other ways as well.

The PPH is simple enough to be extremely user-friendly to both your customers as they place bets and yourself because you are going to be managing the “back end” of your business through it.

So what are some of the things a sports betting software should feature in order to make it a major advantage to put to use?

It should be easy to navigate, since, as mentioned, your players are coming right through it in order to place their bets. If it is tough to figure out, you are going to be losing business because they are going to want to exit the site, or may miss something that they should have easily seen.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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