Complitech, a technical compliance intelligence database, has launched Complitech US to ‘transform the way suppliers enter regulated markets across the United States’.
Delivered by Maxima Compliance, Complitech US aims to help suppliers identify and efficiently enter regulated states by providing full technical compliance requirements with gap analysis tools.
Suppliers can use these tools to recognize which technical compliance requirements their products meet as well as areas that require work, accurately assessing what is required for a new market entry.
Antonio Zanghi, CEO at Maxima Compliance, stated: “We’ve always believed that compliance is an opportunity, not a burden, and the success of our partners in newly-regulated states across the US is evidence of this.
“Whether your products are live in New Jersey, Sweden, or Colombia, missing the next big opportunity in the US is simply not an option for most suppliers. Complitech US is designed to make the process of new market entry easier than ever, from identifying opportunities to meeting that final technical compliance requirement.”
Initially launching in 10 regulated US markets – including New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Michigan – Complitech US will eventually cover all regulated US jurisdictions, and the Maxima team can support all those in jurisdictions still not live in the product too.
The new product stands alongside Complitech, which already offers technical compliance coverage for 30-plus regulated markets in Europe and beyond, with all requirements translated into English.
Mark Roy, Head of Product Compliance – US at Maxima Compliance, added: “This tool enables companies to reduce time and cost to enter markets by providing internal resources with the key information to make decisions on the roadmap based on how quick a market can be entered. Investigating new markets has never been so easy!”