The Cost and Risks of a Paper Trail

AmericanChecked President and CEO Julie Hakman will be speaking at the 2017 Wisconsin Gaming Regulators Association  Conference on the Costs and Risks Associated with a Paper Trail on June 15, 2017.

The presentation unpacks the top risks inherent in paper-based processes and other concerns, including security, management, recovery, accuracy, costs and efficiency. Information is geared specifically toward Tribal Gaming Regulators who often conduct license verifications through unsecure paper faxes. Attendees will learn how paper can actually be less secure than storing data in a well planned digital format and how maintaining compliance can be a challenge.

The presentation will also review the advantages and cost savings of implementing paperless mechanisms for managing sensitive information, timelines and reporting as well as becoming – and remaining – compliant.

She will also be presenting on Vendor Licensing the following day with Martin Madrigal, Licensing Manager at Morongo Casino Resort, Julie Teteak, Vendor License Investigator, Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin Gaming Commission and Michael Hankin, International Compliance Officer/Regulatory Compliance for Aristocrat Technologies, Inc.

Julie Hakman is the immediate past chair of the National Association of Professional Background Screeners and founded AmericanChecked in 2005. An industry expert in Tribal Gaming, she regularly presents on topics specific to gaming commissioners and regulators across the nation at some of the most well-known and prestigious events and conferences. Prior to starting AmericanChecked, Julie was President of World Gaming Association Network (WGN), Executive Vice President of US Mutual Association (USMA) a TISI Company and Corporate Vice President of US Investigations Services/Total Info Services Inc. (USIS) a TISI Company. She has been in the industry for 25+ years. Julie is a licensed private investigator in the state of Nevada and has served as a consultant to the Casino Management Association and the International Masters of Gaming Law.