Odds On Compliance, the industry-leading technology and consultancy firm specializing in sports betting, iGaming, and gambling compliance and regulatory frameworks in the U.S. and abroad, has added significant strength to its senior leadership team with the appointment of Chief Technology Officer (CTO), Mark Scrivo. Scrivo, along with CEO, Eric Frank, is an original founder of Odds On Compliance. Scrivo leads Development and Information Technology for Odds On Compliance, is responsible for overseeing all aspects of business technology, and is currently leading the development of Odds On Compliance’s revolutionary regulatory and compliance technology platform.
“I am delighted to have Mark as part of the Odds On team. He brings senior leadership experience from blue-chip, international brands to lead the development of our regulatory platform,” commented Eric Frank, CEO and Founder of Odds On Compliance. “Under Mark’s leadership, we will reinforce Odds On Compliance’s credentials as a leading technology business, specializing in regulatory and compliance services in the U.S. and worldwide.”
“Odds On Compliance has an exciting future ahead and I am very pleased with the team, especially at such a pivotal time in the development of the industry and this business,” added Mark Scrivo. “There were many reasons why this role was so attractive for me, but principally it is to help fulfill Eric’s vision of using technology to simplify the complex regulatory landscape that exists in industries like sports betting, iGaming, and gambling.”
Scrivo has been working in IT for the past 24 years specializing in application architecture, design, development, deployment and the support of mission critical systems. He brings his vast experience to Odds On Compliance for developing and implementing IT systems and processes as well as being responsible for leading development teams delivering highly scalable and available enterprise class solutions from a range of highly regulated industries including healthcare, aviation, and automotive. From 2013 to 2021, he was a Principal Infrastructure Architect for General Electric (GE), working as a Senior Architect managing the design, build, and lifecycle for all GE Digital mobility solutions, digital workplace products, conditional access, and cyber security.
Prior to GE he had various roles in tech dating back to 1998, including as a Messaging Services Engineer with Volkswagen of America from 2007 to 2013 where he led a team supporting Volkswagen of America’s messaging and unified communications team. Scrivo graduated with a degree in computer science from Western Michigan University.