Gaming and sports betting consultancy SCCG Management announced an agreement with Innovum Technologies, Inc., to provide strategic advisory and business development services for North America.
In an announcement issued Tuesday, the company explained that InnovaLinq makes regulatory compliance easier and less expensive for the gaming industry by automating repetitive license application, renewal, and reporting processes. The platform automates license applications and renewals processes with workflow and a central task manager that provides notification of upcoming events.
Stephen Crystal, Founder, and CEO of SCCG Management spoke about this new partnership in a press release and said: “Over the decades, both personally, and on behalf of hundreds of partner companies, we experienced the value of effective regulatory compliance teams. Their support of privileged license application, renewal, and reporting processes continue to be essential for iGaming and sports wagering operators and manufacturers, where speed to market and highly rigorous controls are needed. Today, the ability to automate these processes, deploying tools quickly and easily to team members across a highly secure web-based platform, feels very much like magic”.
According to the release, with the centralized controls enabled by InnovaLinq, individuals know their data is protected, and when and by whom, it was accessed; operators and manufacturers improve efficiency for applicants and regulatory compliance staff, and regulators can focus their efforts on investigation and enforcement.
The company further explained that the InnovaLinq platform “connects individuals, operators, manufacturers, and regulators to automate the license application and renewal processes, supporting both hardcopy applications and electronic submissions, as required by jurisdiction”. They also added that the platform can also be interfaced with HR, Financial and other systems.
“InnovaLinq’s Flexible design enables the system to support gaming jurisdictions around the world. Cloud-based architecture means the system is always available and scales to meet growing requirements without requiring IT infrastructure,” they concluded.