November 8, 2023
Leading solutions provider Fujitsu is driving innovation within the iGaming industry with the launch of the Lighthouse Initiative. The initiative aims to help companies in the iGaming industry and beyond link key technological trends to business opportunities. Fujitsu is encouraging companies to share their next big ideas as it seeks to explore new technological advancements, sparking a wave of change and innovation.
The Lighthouse Initiative focuses on three key technological trends:
Companies interested in participating in the initiative are encouraged to register their interest with Fujitsu by completing an application form on their website. They should also prepare short presentations highlighting how their innovations align with any of the three aforementioned technological trends.
Fujitsu will work closely with successful companies, providing step-by-step guidance and access to resources for ideas that meet their criteria. Successful candidates may receive a support pool of up to €100,000 and free support from the Fujitsu DX innovation team.
The initiative also offers a risk-free testing platform, the DX Innovation Platform, where companies can test their AI, data, and container applications.
The aim of the Lighthouse Initiative is to stimulate growth across the iGaming industry using emerging technologies. Fujitsu wants to invite iGaming companies to be at the forefront of this movement and create the next big thing that will change the game.
Nick McDonald, Account Director at Fujitsu, said, “AI, data science, and containerization are going to change the way the world does business in the coming years, and Fujitsu wants to invite iGaming companies to be at the forefront of this movement. Our wealth of resources and the DX Innovation Platform, combined with the fresh ideas of companies within the industry, can help to create an exciting new future for everybody. We are excited to work with companies to help their ideas become a reality and to embrace these emerging technologies and the positive changes they can bring.”