Leverate To Unveil SIRIXActive at London Summit

The new solution is designed to increase conversion rates while reducing marketing costs.


Leverate, the online forex and binary options brokerage technology provider, is set to finally present its newest system, SIRIXActive, at the Finance Magnates London Summit on November 2nd and 3rd. The European release will be closely followed by one in China, at the Shanghai Money Fair later in the week.

Leverate is still keeping its cards close to its chest at this stage. After a sneak peak at the product page for interested brokers, it seems that the solution will focus on offering automated conversion, automated activation and automated retention capabilities. Sirix Active is also said to contain embedded platform tutorials and to increase conversion rates while reducing staffing and marketing costs.

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Nicc Lewis, VP Marketing, says: “We are very excited about SIRIXActive, and we see the London Summit and Money Fair the perfect venues to release what we believe to be a truly innovative system. I will be focusing on the logic in our workshop on Tuesday morning at the London Summit that is open to anyone who wishes to learn more.”

“SIRIXActive is set to take our industry to a new level, giving brokers the ability to gain better ROI and reach while lowering their marketing and sales costs.” says Kobi Gur, CEO of Leverate. “Brokers who use SIRIX will have a definite advantage in the market and we are keen to proving our claims.”

Eitan Bar-On, COO at Leverate and manager of the Product Manager team, will be attending the London Summit to gather input from the market. Eitan says: “We have been working hard on a new user flow that make sense for both traders and brokers culminating in the first release of SIRIXActive. We see this as the beginning of the path that will lead to a market breaking platform.”

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