Maxima Compliance has introduced its ‘Maxima DataVault’ proprietary multi-jurisdictional solution, through which it says that operators will be able to comply with the requirements of several European regulated markets.
The platform allows operators and suppliers to send raw XML or JSON data that the group adapts into the required regulators’ format in order to record and store gambling transactions.
Via a customer console, users can retrieve the latest API documentation, transparent spend and invoices, the amount of data transferred, and a variety of usage reports.
Furthermore, Maxima DataVault also comes with free support for system certification, and the option for additional support with set-up, which it says is “particularly useful” when entering new jurisdictions.
The service launches for a number of regulated jurisdictions, including the Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Romania, Greece, Portugal and Spain.
“Maxima DataVault is a state-of-the-art technology platform designed to fit all types of clients, from the small operator to the largest,” stated Antonio Zanghi, CEO of Maxima Compliance.
“Its multi-jurisdictional approach enables operators to conduct a single integration for multiple jurisdictions as well as providing a very clear and simple pricing model, saving time and money.
“With a 99.8 percent uptime guaranteed, analytics to ensure consistency of the data and dedicated technical account management team, Maxima DataVault brings peace of mind to an area we know causes concern for many operators.”
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