Licensing expert Compliable has launched its Key Licensing Module, further enhancing its customers’ ability to manage all the required licenses needed to operate in the US market.
The company’s new module expands the capabilities of Compliable’s Licensing Platform, which already offers robust and patent pending features and functionality. It enables decision making executives to easily and through a streamlined and simplified system manage their key licenses, which are required by all jurisdictions in the US.
The new module offers the highest levels of privacy and security and gives key licensee applicants complete control over who can view and assist with completing essential forms. It dramatically reduces the time and effort required to complete these licenses, and helps operators and suppliers enter new states faster.
This comes at an opportune moment, as Ohio publishes its first drafts on key license forms. Compliable is offering their platform to any companies interested in expanding into Ohio at no cost prior to launch. Customers taking advantage of this offer will be ready to submit its forms on opening day.
Chris Oltyan, CEO of Compliable, said: “We are thrilled to introduce this Key Licensing Module to the industry. Compliable is already at the forefront of compliance and licensing in the US, and this module rounds out our platform to cover all the required licenses that operators need to stay compliant.
“We look forward to continuing to build out our feature set and being the premier technology provider for licensing compliance in the gaming space. We hope that Ohio sets the stage clearly and demonstrates how much faster and efficiently new state launches can go with the right technology partners.”
Justin Stempeck, chief strategy officer at Compliable, added: “Compliable continues to find effective solutions to the licensing challenges faced by all operators, suppliers and vendors in the US. The key licensing module is the latest arrow in our quiver and we are sure it will prove very useful for companies in this fast growing market.”
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