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C.A.M.S. AND IDOLOGY TEAM UP FOR U.S. ONLINE GAMBLING
16th January, 2014 at 04:40:08
Teamwork will maximise the efficiency with which the partners collect and manage player information.
IDology, Inc., a provider of real-time technology solutions that verify an individual's identity and age for anyone conducting business in a customer-not-present environment, has teamed up with CAMS, a multi-tenant Software as a Service solution powered by Verifi and operating in the online lottery and gaming space.
The two companies say that by partnering up they can "...further maximize the efficiency in which we collect and manage player information. Through advanced identity processes and fraud algorithms, IDology supports the CAMS platform in monitoring and complying with regulations, facilitating payment deposit and withdrawals and meeting operator business rules.
IDology is now supporting CAMS with state lotteries and real money online gambling in New Jersey and Nevada.
John Dancu, CEO of IDology said Thursday:
"As age-restricted commerce continues to grow, it becomes more important than ever to protect our youth and keep the products and services attended for adults out of the reach of children. Our solution helps CAMS not only determine minimum age, but it also provides a deeper insight into the validity of an identity along with fraud patterns to help meet compliance and prevent fraud."
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