UK-based developer Seer Trading has announced that ProAct Trader Inc. is now offering the latest addition to its product suite, SeerScanner – a custom white label, market event driven market scanner for forex educators.
SeerScanner has been designed to automate the task of trying to spot setups based on technical events. It allows educators not offering ongoing services the ability to keep users engaged after courses end as well as expanding their offerings to provide additional revenue streams.
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Jeremy White, founder and CTO of Seer Trading, commented: “Having successfully integrated Seer Trading and Seer Hub with two leading Forex brokers, we began to receive inquiries from not only self directed traders, but also educators, who had realized that leading trading platforms offered no such comprehensive scanning tools.
A trader would otherwise have to use their platform of choice with as many charts and individual indicators open on their screen as physically possible and then spend hours just staring at the charts waiting for the setup to occur. SeerScanner now fully automates the scanning and alert process over all instruments that a broker may offer.”
He added: “At the same time we realized that we had the ability to offer a solution that could be white labeled and customized to meet the educators proprietary trading rules and set ups without the normal bespoke development costs – that were prohibitive to smaller educators. The SeerScanner can provide the results of market scans through multiple mechanisms, including, White-label, HTML5 as well as via MetaTrader4/5 scanning the entire market across multiple timeframes for technical events through a single MetaTrader chart.”
Scott Barkley, co-founder and President of ProAct Traders Inc, commented: “We are delighted to say that our clients have embraced the SeerScanner product. The product has enabled us to boost our annuity revenue, increase customer retention, and most importantly it provides our students with the ability to break free from their desktop when monitoring markets.”