OneComply opens up management services to land-based casinos

Vancouver-based firm leveraging its success in the igaming and online sports betting space

OneComply has confirmed it is pursuing land-based casinos as the next market for its compliance management and licensing solution.

The Vancouver-based company has already made significant inroads in the online sports betting and igaming sectors, and is now looking to assist casinos by improving their operational compliance automation and accountability with its purpose-built SaaS platform.

OneComply has already deployed its software in several casino properties across Nevada, California and Washington State.

“Virtually every employee or process in a casino has a compliance or licensing component that needs to be managed, tracked and continuously monitored,” said Cameron Conn, Co-Founder and CEO of OneComply.

“OneComply provides casinos with a solution specifically designed for the gaming industry that gives them real oversight and accountability for all their operational compliance.

“Casino compliance is detailed, in-depth, and time-sensitive and OneComply is the first-of-its-kind solution for driving continuous engagement throughout operational departments.”

OneComply offers several technological solutions for the land-based sector, including real-time compliance dashboards, automated compliance workflows and tasks, integrated third-party compliance tools, active calendar monitoring, efficient contact managing, and accurate report creating.

Todd Abbott, Senior Vice President of Regulatory Compliance of Warner Gaming, added: “Until OneComply, there has been a lack of advanced technology to support a casino’s operational compliance and this is especially true for companies like ours that manages and provides oversight to several properties in our portfolio.

“OneComply provides a unique platform that pulls together all our compliance and licensing data into one place, automates the tasks and workflows and provides a 360° view of everything that can impact our regulatory standing.”

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