Global gaming and IT security laboratory, NMi, will be at ICE with an increased stand space. The objective: to facilitate an expanded team, and the launch of a host of new services.
Gaming and IT security laboratory, NMi, is launching a raft of new services from its new location at ICE. The company is looking to make the most of the increasing customer demand it has gained through its reputation for customer service, technical expertise and the flexibility needed to meet and exceed their client’s requirements.
NMi travels to London with a clear vision that ICE presents an opportunity to talk to new and existing customers on the ground, and support them in getting their products and services into new markets as efficiently as possible.
“Following our expansion in 2016, with more than a 50 percent increase in resources, our stand at ICE demonstrates our continued commitment to meet customer’s needs,” NMi director Andrew Rosewarne commented.
Through a commitment to staying on the forefront of emerging regulated jurisdictions whilst maintaining approvals within existing markets, NMi offer to support their customer’s regulatory roadmaps through a partnership approach. Delivering Transfers of Approval across all regulated igaming jurisdictions, the company offer ‘truly global expertise’ and support for clients.
A fundamental core value of NMi is to put the customer relationship first, and we are delighted to be able to serve our customers wherever their ambitions take them.”
“With the tremendous growth we are currently seeing for our services, we are excited to be at the heart of the action on the show floor. Our reputation for being first to market in newly regulated jurisdictions has seen NMi gain increased accreditations in 2016 including, Colombia, Peru, Panama, Lithuania, Romania, Hungary, Ontario and New Brunswick. A fundamental core value of NMi is to put the customer relationship first, and we are delighted to be able to serve our customers wherever their ambitions take them.”
The company are currently experiencing a high level of demand from UK licensees to have their RTP monitoring processes, change management policies and development practices reviewed ahead of the Gambling Commission’s deadline for Annual Games Testing audit submissions. NMi believes that the audit process can prove as a great opportunity for customers to identify compliance gaps ahead of time and ensure successful outcomes.
In addition to this, NMi are offering a range of new service offering including: multi-jurisdiction ISMS audits, PCI health-checks, gaming specific application security testing, and Anti-Money Laundering assessments by ACAMS-certified auditors.
This increased offering follows a period of continued success for the business, including expansion into new offices, key representatives being appointed across the world, and testing laboratories located in the UK, the Netherlands, Italy, Spain and Canada.