Compliable and Rightlander sign partnership agreement
Synergy to fuel growth for licensing and compliance platforms
Licensing expert Compliable has partnered with Rightlander, a leading provider of marketing compliance software, in a deal that will see the two parties work together to offer their combined services to their respective customers.
The alliance will create synergy between the two companies that are focusing on supporting and navigating operators and affiliates through the complex regulatory landscape in the US as more states allow online gambling.
Rightlander represents the industry authority on compliance, offering solutions to automate affiliate compliance controls. It enables operators to screen affiliates for suitability, discover undisclosed content, monitor offers for compliance and accuracy, verify offer placement and landing pages, and engage highly ranked affiliates.
Compliable’s platform, in addition to helping apply for and manage licenses needed to operate in the US, makes it quick and easy for operators to track the licensing status of their CPA affiliates and vendors, across jurisdictions. Those vendors, affiliates, and suppliers can also leverage Compliable’s licensing platform to keep on top of their own licensing requirements.
Chris Oltyan, CEO of Compliable, said: “We are thrilled to enter into a partnership with Rightlander, which will prove to increase our scope and emphasise the importance of compliance and licensing in the industry.
“This referral agreement will serve to highlight the major benefits offered by the Compliable platform, which can offer CPA marketing affiliates and mid-tier vendors access to gaming license application generation.”
Brean Wilkinson, Operations Manager at Rightlander, said: “We are delighted to have Compliable in our corner at a time when the industry needs experts in compliance and licensing more than ever.
“The Rightlander platform has a strong history in affiliate compliance and this partnership will only serve to increase our visibility, allowing more operators to better screen affiliates for suitability.”