OneComply’s Clients Drive Adoption by Eight Jurisdictions for Gaming Licensing Investigations

 

OneComply is pleased to announce that through customer requested engagement, eight jurisdictions are now accessing applicant licensing information shared in our client’s secure OneComply data repository to conduct their investigations, which is a normal part of the licensing process.

Investigators in jurisdictions including Tennessee, Maryland, Colorado, Ohio, Virginia and Indiana have now accessed data that is securely shared with them by OneComply clients, in order to conduct their investigations. The acceptance by regulators of utilizing the OneComply data repository for their investigations ensures a highly secure and efficient process, without using 3rd party file sharing sites.

Background: The gaming licensing investigative process

Virtually every time a company submits a key person or business application for a state gaming license, they’ll receive a request back from the regulator or an investigator to provide additional information to support the application.

Until now, this required the licensing staff to manually begin the process of finding (or asking for) all the requested information, copying the files, organizing them into folders, and then uploading all the information to an external file sharing site like Dropbox. Then they’ll go through the process to provide access to the site for the respective regulator or investigator. In some cases, applicants are asked to mail in sensitive documents to investigators.

Since most, if not all, of the information being requested by a regulator or investigator is already stored inside our client’s OneComply Document Repository, as part of their personal or business disclosure process, the job of organizing and sharing the information from within OneComply is easy, fast and highly secure.

OneComply clients simply create a new folder inside their Document Repository, copy the files already residing in OneComply (while retaining their existing folder structure) and then securely share the folder with the regulator/investigator. Once the investigation is complete, permission to access the share folder is removed, ensuring ongoing data security.

“We’ve always known that what we’re providing to our clients is also a value-add to regulators,” says Cameron Conn, Founder and CEO of OneComply. “Our clients love that we’ve simplified another of their licensing tasks and regulators are also seeing efficiencies in their investigative process. This capability not only centralizes data access for regulators, but reduces exposure to our clients from copying private documents from multiple locations to external file sharing sites. We look forward to more jurisdiction coming onboard to benefit from this important capability.”

“It was such a great surprise realizing we could instantly share our information directly to investigators in OneComply,” says Christopher Kape, Chairman & CEO of Out The Gate, Inc. “This is an important innovation for the industry and provides a direct line for us to share information with the regulator using an extremely simple and secure process.”

OneComply – significant milestones achieved in 2022

2022 has been an exceptional year for OneComply, achieving an impressive growth in customers including some of the world’s top gaming companies while delivering a number of innovative new product features and capabilities to our clients. OneComply also closed a significant financing led by Warner Investments with participation from gaming industry experts including Katie Lever, Benjie Cherniak and Quintin Singleton.

OneComply has received numerous industry accolades in 2022 including winning the VIXIO Gambling Compliance Innovation of the Year and EGR B2B Corporate Services Supplier of the Year; runner-up for the SBC Compliance Solution of the Year, Global Gaming Business Digital Product of the Year and EGR North America Best Product Innovation; plus shortlist recognition for several more important industry awards.