Compliable expands licensing offering to Europe and Latin America

18 March 2024
(PRESS RELEASE) -- Leading compliance software provider Compliable is now supporting licensing in European and Latin American markets, further strengthening its proposition following a successful period of growth in the U.S.
With experience of working with prominent industry brands including FanDuel, bet365 and BetFanatics in North America, Compliable’s platform can now help companies complete, manage and maintain gaming licenses across multiple global jurisdictions.
Compliable is expanding into new markets at a time of increased regulatory obligations in numerous regions as well as a heightened demand from suppliers and vendors to get licensed from a reputational point of view.
Markets in Europe as well as emerging regions in Latin America are now supported by Compliable’s software solution which enables operators and suppliers to enter new countries more quickly and reduces the ongoing burden of regulatory requirements.
Compliable’s software platform and tools provide customers both significant time and cost savings, as employees enter key information just once in the licensing process with the information then auto-populated across multiple forms, generating error-free applications every time.
The solution cuts the time it takes to get employees licensed by 90% to less than an hour, which has led to an increase of up to 700% in the number of employees that can be onboarded.
Chris Oltyan, CEO of Compliable, said: “Following discussions with our customers and prospects, it became clear that there is a demand for our market-leading licensing management solution outside of the US and we are pleased to now be able to streamline the licensing process for even more companies in additional jurisdictions.
“Licensing compliance can slow down your ability to expand into new markets, but it doesn't have to. Using our platform to remove bottlenecks in the acquisition and management of licenses frees up time and attention so our customers can focus on their go to market plans.”