Juno Markets, an Asia-focused global brokerage, has launched a refresh of its website to offer enhanced usability and robust functionality wrapped up in an elegant and professional look.
Juno Markets expects its visitors to notice the positive changes immediately and said that the new website is the first step to “shift its image beyond Asia” and “create a more global reach.”
The redesign is also a response to customers looking for an easier way to find extensive information to help them understand Juno Markets’ complete range of trading solutions.
Juno Markets operates as a brokerage serving a wide range of clientele in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region, providing foreign exchange and contracts-for-difference services to both retail and institutional clients.
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Overall, the new site provides a fresh look that is easy to use and informative, providing visitors with an easier way to learn about what the New Zealand -headquartered broker does and how to get involved.
Apart from the modern look, Juno Markets is forging another strategic partnership, joining forces with Ottawa-based Recognia, a leader in providing technical analysis for retail brokers.
Recognia’s advanced algorithms constantly monitor global markets to deliver clear and easy to understand interpretation of daily trading trends. Traders can use the information to plan trades across several asset classes, within the context of potential trends signaled by over 30 types of chart patterns, candlesticks, indicators and oscillators. The tools include an email alert function, alerting traders when events of significance occur, using a wide range of parameters based on technical analysis.
Commenting on this, Juno’s Marketing Manager, Jun Qiu, said: “We have always prided ourselves on the personal level of service we provide our clients and we wanted to create a website that reflects this. At the same time, our goal was to deliver an easy to navigate site with the same client functions and accessibility available on a mobile phone as on desktop.”
Arthur Le, CEO of Juno Markets, added: “We have always believed in being local, and that means providing customer service in languages and local payment methods that our clients are used to. We will only expand to countries when we are confident that our clients can receive the service they expect.”