Don’t be intimidated by switching Pay Per Head services. It’s quick, easy and stress free.
- There are a number of good reasons to switch pay per head services.
- Making the switch to a new pay per head service is much easier than one might think.
As a successful sports bookie, you have worked long and hard to build up your player sheet and build a reputable operation. The only question then is if you are getting the most out of your current pay per head service.
If not, switching pay per head services is much easier than you might think. The process is simple, fast, and your whole bookie operation will not miss a beat.
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Find Your New PPH – Switching Pay Per Head Services
If you have been entertaining the idea of switching PPH providers, you first have to find a new one. That involves some research and you should know what you are looking for.
There are certain things that are just a given. Your pay per head service should have a fast loading and easy-to-use website and/or app. Down time should be limited and up time should be as close to 100 percent – 99.99 % – as possible.
Your PPH will offer plenty of markets and offer competitive odds. Players will find it easy to find what they are looking for and do so using a visually pleasing user interface.
The customer service component is important as well as any type of monitoring. Your PPH should offer you the ability to look at different data in an effort to see how you can profit more.
Once you find a pay per head service that meets your needs, it’s time to switch.
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The Process of Switching
The process of switching PPH services should also be easy and seamless. In most cases – this will depend upon the provider you choose – the switch will not take long and will be complete within 24 hours (often much faster).
Sportsbook operators simply go through the same process as when they signed up originally with a pay per head company. The difference this time will be that the bookie already has a fully functional operation with a player sheet.
When switching PPH services, your new pay per head provider will work with you to get all of your information transferred into their system. Your new service will transfer all of your data – player sheet, personal info, etc. – into their new software.
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Is It Worth Switching Pay Per Head Services?
That is a question you as a bookie must answer. What are the benefits of switching from your current PPH provider? Don’t be fooled by the per head fee charged at some sportsbook software providers either. The industry standard is $10 per head.
If you are switching to a new PPH solely because of the per head fee, you should rethink your decision. You get what you pay for in this industry and per head fees that look too good to be true probably are.
Ultimately, if switching pay per head companies can help you grow your business and increase your profits it is probably a good decision.