State of the Art Pay Per Head Bookie Software

Written by:
Aaron Goldstein
Published on:
Dec/02/2023 prides itself on offering all bookies and agents state of the art Pay Per Head software.


So what makes so special in this arena?

For starters, the software features dozens of security measures, including full system and database redundancy.

A sobering government statistic estimates that cybercrime is responsible for costing the global economy around $1 trillion.   AcePerHead is way ahead of the game when it comes to protecting player data and providing near 100 percent up time, especially during key games. offered the following recommendations:

"Make sure that the pay per head service you choose can guarantee the security of your data and your players’ data. Inquire about their security protocols and backups, as well as their privacy policies. will not take a signup from a subagent of an existing customer. We get those calls all the time, and the very first thing we do is contact the main agent. In a business partnership, undercutting our own customers is a losing strategy, and we don't care that we're the only PPH shop in the industry that values this kind of business trust." prides itself on offering up-to-date SSL encryption standards. This is vital for protecting any bettor’s information in the event of a hack.

Their software features multi-layered DDoS protection that’s built into the network. This technology gives your software company the ability to distinguish between good and bad traffic.

"You want to make sure the software company has a devoted team of engineers both for the system and the software. A team of underqualified, part-time engineers is not going to be enough to protect you from a large number of cyber criminals on a busy game day," AcePerHead says.

So ensuring the software has a dedicated team behind it is essential. Lastly, make sure they’re backing everything up.

In the event of a catastrophic failure, a backup can help minimize any damage from an attack. So make sure that hardware is built into the system.

- Aaron Goldstein,

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