O-SYSTEMS, a boutique binary options technology provider with 35 brands, has reported that it benefited from the industry’s growth last year. In 2014, O-SYSTEMS says it almost tripled its number of employees, adding more manpower to its team in the fields of server infrastructure and maintenance, internet security and the binary options industry.
“Tracing top-level professionals is not an easy task,” says O-SYSTEMS’ General Manager and Co-Founder Haim Lagziel. “But we achieved that by scrupulously and meticulously exploring the available options, hiring only the ‘best of the best.’ Each new employee is a real asset to our company and I look forward to making yet another leap forward in the binary options trading field.”
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O-SYSTEMS has also announced their plans for 2015, including how they plan to continue this steady growth. Following their performance at the iFXEXPO Asia in Hong Kong, the company says it is already building on its existing presence in Asia and recruiting additional resellers with a focus on China, Malaysia and Japan.
This year, the company will also open a physical office location in Tokyo in order to better support its network of resellers in the region. Notably, the Far East is not the only target for O-Systems’ plans of expansion in 2015, as they have begun to establish branches in London and Cyprus that will be operating within the first half of the year.
Besides its growing staff and locations, O-SYSTEMS has also made considerable progress in the technology offering with the recent launch of O-SYS 8.0, its new trading system.