OneComply’s data repository utilized by eight new jurisdictions

OneComply's data repository is being utilized by eight new jurisdictions to access applicant licensing information for investigations.
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OneComply has declared that its data repository is being utilized by eight new jurisdictions to access applicant licensing information as part of their licensing investigations.

The states of Colorado, Indiana, Maryland, Ohio, Tennessee, and Virginia have joined the list of jurisdictions that use OneComply data to conduct licensing investigations. The two remaining jurisdictions were not named.

OneComply’s clients share data with the compliance & licensing management platform to compose the data repository that can be used for the licensing process. 

“It was such a great surprise realizing we could instantly share our information directly to investigators in OneComply,” commented 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 noted that the regulatory acceptance and the utilization of its data repository for investigations means a “highly secure and efficient process” can be completed without the need for third-party file-sharing sites.

The compliance platform added that through the use of its document repository, organizing and sharing information is easy, as it just involves copying and pasting an applicant’s files from the OneComply system into a folder, which is then shared with regulators.

Once an investigation has been completed, sharing permissions are removed from the folder to make sure data is kept secure.

“We’ve always known that what we’re providing to our clients is also a value-add to regulators,” stated 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 jurisdictions coming onboard to benefit from this important capability.”

Last month, during an interview with SBC Americas, Conn explained further why centralizing licensing and compliance data had huge benefits for both gaming regulators and license holders.