Following the merger of GLI and NMi Gaming the companies have announced several key staffing changes at the executive level.
GLI and NMi Gaming have completed their merger integration and have announced several staffing changes which the companies affirm will bring further operational efficiencies; speeding time-to-market, increasing bandwidth, and offering other key benefits to clients.
Martin Britton will continue in his role as MD over GLI EMEA, while the backbone of GLI UK remains the same; headed by Andrew Rosewarne and Dr. Rich Edwards.
With the expansion of iGaming across the EMEA sector, Rosewarne continues to con- tribute his extensive iGaming knowledge and initiative, playing a key role working in collaboration with GLI’s global offices and Salim Adatia, GLI’s VP of iGaming, to provide GLI’s iGam- ing clients with instant global reach through GLI’s 23 offices and 475 jurisdictions.
As the UK office headed by Rosewarne specialises in iGaming, he and his team can provide the expertise to ensure the delivery of outstanding customer service; leveraging the merged capabilities of both GLI and NMi operations to help providers meet key regulatory deadlines with more speed, reliability, efficiency, and quality than ever before. GLI’s valued customers and clients will, therefore, benefit from this combined business ethos and enhanced operational band- width, which offers even more efficient testing and auditing brought about by the integration of GLI’s and NMi’s extensive resources in the region.
Additionally, Edwards is now leading all GLI engineering and math groups throughout EMEA. Both key appointments ensure GLI’s position throughout the EMEA region in providing out- standing knowledge that can be passed onto clients in assisting them through the compliance process.
Additionally, the GLI and NMi sales teams have been combined across the EMEA region. Chris Davies is now co-head of sales with James Illingworth.
“Over the past several months, there has been a great deal of positive internal activity. During this period, we have improved many processes to further benefit our clients, Now, these combined departments across EMEA, with key leaders providing enhanced focus, will further enhance our ability to provide unsurpassed service,” said James Illingworth, GLI’s director of European Client Services – Netherlands.
The combined GLI and NMi operation consists of eight offices across EMEA with more than 320 employees.
In July 2017, the GLI Group acquired NMi Metrology and Gaming and related gaming assets from NMi Certin, B.V. and related parties. That move supported NMi Gaming’s clients by providing them with instant global reach through GLI’s accredited 475 jurisdictions, while the transaction aided GLI’s clients by allowing the firm to provide even greater levels of service and attention.