Mobile Trading Partners Unveils HTML Charts Product For Brokers and Banks

Mobile Trading Partners has rolled out a newly integrated HTML charts connecting to the Star Financial Systems web trader.

UK-based Mobile Trading Partners has unveiled its MTP Advanced Charts at the iFXExpo in Cyprus today, which will see an immediate rollout and availability as a plug-in to its existing suite of products including the Star Financial Systems web trader, according to a statement by Mobile Trading Partners.

The new world of online trading, fintech and marketing – register now for the Finance Magnates Tel Aviv Conference, June 29th 2016.

Mobile Trading Partners is responsible for the design and delivery of mobile apps, web widgets, advanced charting, and trading UIs for a multitude of clients, including brokers and banks. The group utilizes a series of charts that can be assimilated within any market existing data source, and include support for both indicators and chart annotations. Furthermore, the widget is embedded into the utility such that users can effectively draw order price and stop loss in one cohesive function.

Paul G. Smith, CEO, Mobile Trading Partners
Paul G. Smith, CEO, Mobile Trading Partners

The new charts will be tied directly to the broker’s trading module with the aforementioned features and benefits available to its full spectrum of clients. In particular, the new charts are available as a plug-in to the Star Financial Systems web trader and as a sovereign utility as a web/charts widget, or to be integrated into any other web trader. The launch is the first iteration of the charts and Mobile Trading Partners will be seeing the rollout of additional integrations over the course of the following month.

According to Paul G Smith, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Mobile Trading Partners, in a recent statement on the launch: “We are excited to be showing our new HMTL Advanced Charts in Cyprus, a product that was already bought by two of our clients prior to launch and is proving to be very interesting to other clients. This is the first step in a charting revolution for our customers, and we are very happy to disclose this part of our product roadmap today.”

Got a news tip? Let Us Know