O-SYSTEMS Previews New Features to Front and Back Ends

A new “Internal Messenger” gives O-SYSTEMS’s brokers the ability to communicate with their traders via a private messaging terminal

The boutique Binary options platform provider revealed today the new updated version of its O-SYS 8.1 platform, which will be available this summer.

In this upcoming release, new multitasking features are added, assets can change quickly, login is done with one click, and traders can choose the risk they are willing to take for any position.

 “O-SYS 8.1 is arranged to allow traders enjoy throughout, and brokers to have better control”, said Keith Isaac, O-SYSTEMS’ COO, “Under this non-stop-development work environment we understand that brokers need smart marketing tools to manage the operation, and traders want new moving features to feel excited about”.

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Front-end experience

The traditional Binary options feature has an all-new design in O-SYS 8.1. Now traders can choose between placing a “short term” or a “long term” position, in the trade confirmation window. Each trader can mark his primary assets as a favorite and access it even before starting to trade. In addition, multi-chart view that allows quick navigation between groups of assets, and One-Click quick login with Facebook or Google+ was added, to support faster registration and login.

One of the major improvements in this release is the Japanese candlesticks feature, which includes the ability to monitor all market’s movement, volume and direction according to targeted intervals. With O-SYS 8.1 traders can insure certain percentage of the initial investment for every position. The new “Payout Returner” allows customizing the payout percentage per trade.

Back-end experience

A new “Internal Messenger” gives O-SYSTEMS’s brokers the ability to communicate with their traders via a private messaging terminal, enabling to provide each trader personal attention.

Regarding documentation, it was made easier to transfer ID’s copies, utilities and documents. The trader uploads the files to his own private account and the broker can download it straight from the Back Office. Additionally, in the new Back Office: brokers can send updates or promotional messages to all traders (or a selected groups) directly from the Back Office. Furthermore, the Back Office now supports mail template customization per language.

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