Compliable Boosts US Services with Odds On Compliance Partnership
Compliable, a company that specializes in gambling licenses, has announced a partnership with Odds On Compliance, a technology and consulting firm. The aim of the partnership is to improve Compliable’s services in the U.S. with a new White Glove Onboarding service.
White Glove Onboarding is an add-on service that provides Compliable’s customers with two hours of guidance about Compliance from Odds On Compliance’s licensing experts. The first hour is devoted to any concerns the customer may have about the regulations surrounding the licensing process. The second hour is dedicated to reviewing the required forms before they are submitted.
Compliable’s customers will be using the Compliable platform and then directly connected to a compliance expert at Odds On Compliance, who will provide additional assistance. The partnership comes following a $3.6 million seed extension round completed by Compliable last year.
Odds On Compliance has years of experience dealing with the licensing process and helping companies enter new regulated markets. The partnership will bring this experience to Compliable’s licensing platform product, giving customers several tools to help them navigate the U.S.’s gaming regulations.
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, the CEO and Co-Founder of Odds On Compliance, said that the combination of the two company’s products would result in “another best-in-class service for the industry”. He added, “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.”