Maxima Compliance has carried out a ‘major’ update to its Complitech software and technical compliance database, thus boasting new functionality and expanded market coverage.
Debuted earlier this year and praised as a “first-of-its-kind technical compliance database,” the tool initially received the current specifications from over 20 online gaming jurisdictions, and distributed the current product details through its database and analytical tools.
The company notes that users can immediately access information from the database in a variety of formats, sorting by type of product, type of requirement and jurisdiction, with pro and premium being able to carry out automated gap analysis, comparing requirements between different jurisdictions.
Users now have access to change management and information protection standards in all markets where they are available as part of the existing Complitech, with enforcement criteria for gaming platforms being introduced.
Additionally, the four new jurisdictions of New Jersey, Belarus, Latvia and Panama were conducted as part of Complitech’s expanded business scope extension.
Maxima Compliance director Antonio Zanghi explained: “The feedback we’ve received since launching Complitech earlier this year has been fantastic, and we’ve been working hard to add new features, functionality and markets to the product.
“This major update is designed to further smooth the technical compliance process, and make things easier than ever for suppliers to enter new markets. The four new jurisdictions we have added come at the direct request of our users, and we are already working on our next update, which can be expected later this year.”
Complitech’s search function allows users to instantly pull specific requirements with just a few simple clicks – such as those related to jackpot functionality on slots in Sweden. Those with pro and premium accounts can then compare these requirements to other jurisdictions which fully automate the process of gap analysis.