A Betting Certainty

Its business model may be on giving odds, but when it comes to security and resilience, Paddy Power Betfair’s measures are a sure thing, writes Quinton O’Reilly

3rd September, 2017
Paul Cutter, chief technical officer at Paddy Power Betfair

When it happened back in 2015, the merger between Paddy Power and Betfair was a €5.4 billion deal where its headquarters continued to be based in Dublin.

While still separate brands in Ireland, Britain and Italy, the business continues to expand and as online betting continues to grow in popularity, so too do the pressures of maintaining and improving a service.

As its chief technical officer, Paul Cutter is tasked with ensuring the merger of different...

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