Dimension creates new server solution for Bingolotto

Dimension creates new server solution for Bingolotto Swedish-based Interactive Gaming Systems, IGS, produces a number of successful interactive entertainment concepts for television and the Internet, including Bingolotto, the country's largest lottery. To help it centralize the administration of its Swedish lotteries, IGS has chosen a solution from the integrator Dimension. As it develops and expands its product range, IGS is attracting a growing number of users. Previously, local administration for sales, prizes, etc. was handled through a network of local computer systems. In an effort to improve efficiency and quality assurance, IGS is now centralizing its operations with a server solution designed, delivered and implemented by Dimension, which is also responsible for service and support. Moreover, Dimension is serving as project manager. "The development and growth of the gaming market is placing totally new demands on availability, security and scalability as the number of users increases and solutions tend to be more interactive," says Sven Uthorn, Managing Director of Dimension AB. "Now that it has decided to centralize its lottery administration, IGS will not only improve its cost efficiency, but also benefit from a highly secure, stable system." IGS is a cutting-edge player in the development of new lotteries and games, including via the Internet and SMS mobile phone text messaging service. In addition to Bingolotto, a combination of bingo game, lottery and TV show that attracts the country's highest Saturday evening ratings, IGS produces the auto show "Motorjournalen," the entertainment show "Sommarnöjet," scratch-off games and Christmas calendars, among other things. For further information, please contact: Sven Uthorn, Managing Director, Dimension AB Phone +46 8 445 24 00 Mobile +46 709 31 00 03 e-mail: sven.uthorn@dimension.se About Dimension Dimension is an IT integrator that designs and implements infrastructure to handle business-critical information. Examples include advanced server and data storage solutions for e-commerce and Internet banking systems, Internet/intranets and business systems. Clients are primarily in telecommunications, banking & finance, media and industry. The wholly owned Group subsidiary Next Nordic works with the sale of Sun systems and related products to resellers. In the last ten-year period the Dimension Group has grown organically by an annual average of 71 percent, with operating margins of 8-10 percent. In 2000 Dimension's sales amounted to SEK 1,475 million, with a profit after financial items of SEK 138 million. The Group has 270 employees in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Latvia and Lithuania. The head office is located in Bromma, Stockholm. The Dimension share is listed on the Stockholm Exchange's O-list. Financial information schedule The interim report for January-June 2001 will be released on August 21, 2001 The interim report for January-September 2001 will be released on October 24, 2001 The year-end report for 2001 will be released on February 19, 2002 ------------------------------------------------------------ This information was brought to you by Waymaker http://www.waymaker.net The following files are available for download: http://www.bit.se/bitonline/2001/06/25/20010625BIT00660/bit0001.doc http://www.bit.se/bitonline/2001/06/25/20010625BIT00660/bit0001.pdf