B2B software provider EveryMatrix has just signed a partnership deal with iDevelopment and Economic Association (iDEA) as the group looks to cement their position in the U.S. market.
The company boasts of “ambitious plans” for expansion across the country, with this latest move happening after the opening of its first U.S. office, in downtown Miami, earlier this year.
EveryMatrix’s new branch seeks to secure a number of licenses, including that of New Jersey, with short-term plans involving the recruitment of some important positions in account management, compliance, and sales.
“We are soon licensed in the first US state and have multiple filings underway. I am pleased to now join iDEA, an organization I know since its inception,” Erik Nyman, EveryMatrix president of Americas, said.
“Jeff Ifrah and the team have made great progress with legislators and regulators and truly been the industry’s loudest voice to introduce online gaming legislation in the US.
“Everymatrix has made our US expansion a priority and we’re investing all the necessary resources on technology adoption and licensing efforts to provide the industry’s most comprehensive turnkey solution across America,” he added.
iDEA founder Jeff Ifrah also commented on the partnership, saying:
“We are excited to have EveryMatrix join the iDEA network of members who are some of the most prominent industry stakeholders in our country. EveryMatrix’s success in the very challenging European market is nothing short of impressive and we trust their products and services will contribute to the US market and our partner’s growth.”