FDCTech, a forex and CFDs trading technology provider, informed Finance Magnates that it has integrated Fintech Solutions-developed SkaleCRM with Condor FX Pro trading platform.
The integration will allow Condor FX Pro Trading platform licensees to use SkaleCRM for handling and automation of customer management processes.
Additionally, the company detailed that the collaboration between the two companies will allow FDCTech to offer cross-selling opportunities of the integrated platform to its network of FX brokers. Fintech Solutions will put Condor FX trading platform on its Skale FX Marketplace.
David Nussbaum, Skale founder and CEO, commented: “I am very pleased to announce our collaboration with the FDCTech and the addition of their flagship trading platform, Condor FX Pro, to the Skale FX Marketplace.”
“In these competitive times, each broker is looking for that edge to gain clients, and Condor FX Pro might be the solution for many brokers. This is a big addition to the Skale family of platforms supported, and we thank FDCTech for trusting in us to deliver excellence to their clients.”
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Enhancing the Third-Party Trading Platform
The CRM integration came when FDCTech is aggressively enhancing its Condor FX platform. Earlier this year, the company integrated oneZero’s Hub with it to boost the liquidity requirements of the brokers.
With the FX trading platform, FDCTech is tackling industry leaders like MetaTrader.
“SkaleCRM is the leading client portal and revenue optimization tool for FX brokers to seamlessly provide access to the world’s leading platform and payment solutions,” said Mitchell Eaglstein, Co-Founder and CEO of FDCTech.
“FX brokers can select and license Condor FX Pro Trading Platform via Skale FX Marketplace and immediately offer thousands of trading symbols across multiple asset classes into customizable web, mobile and desktop trading terminals.”
Finance Magnates recently reported that FDCTech closed the acquisition deal of financial services firm, Genesis Financial, paying $35 million in a stock-for-stock deal.