Licensing expert Compliable has partnered with technology and consulting firm Odds On Compliance, further enhancing its ability to offer compliance assistance in the U.S. through the new White Glove Onboarding service.
White Glove Onboarding is an add-on service that gives Compliable’s customers two hours of compliance guidance with licensing experts from Odds On Compliance. The first hour is dedicated to discussing any initial concerns with the licensing process from a regulatory perspective, with the second focusing on review of the required forms before submission. The customer is set up on the Compliable platform before being directly connected to an Odds On Compliance expert to offer additional assistance through a dedicated support team.
The partnership creates “perfect” synergies as Odds On Compliance’s team has years of combined experience in supporting its clients through complex licensing processes and ensuring companies are ready for launch across numerous markets. This collaboration will serve as an enhancement to Compliable’s already comprehensive licensing platform product, presenting customers with numerous tools to easily navigate U.S. gaming regulations.
Chris Oltyan, CEO of Compliable, said: “We are thrilled to partner with Odds On Compliance to help companies take advantage of the massive expansion of the U.S. gaming sector. As a technology focused start-up we offer the best tools for licensing in the industry, and with Odds On Compliance bringing a wealth of knowledge and consulting experience to the table, we can massively accelerate our customers’ entrance to the market.”
Eric Frank, CEO and co-founder of Odds On Compliance, added: “Combining technology like Compliable’s solution with Odds On Compliance’s years of industry experience provides another best-in-class service for the industry.
“With the regulatory landscape in the U.S. constantly changing, Odds On Compliance is well-placed to offer the skills and proven methodologies needed to navigate the nuances of U.S. gaming regulations.”
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