ActivTrades announced that is deploying its brand new HTML5-based trading platform to the market.
The brokerage developed one of the snappiest web-based trading platforms in the industry. It can be accessed on any browser, on Mac and PC, and is also available on all iOS devices.
Commenting to Finance Magnates, ActivTrades’ CEO Alex Pusco, stated: “To differentiate with other platforms, we managed to achieve fantastic browser-based performance thanks to new technologies.”
The brokerage has developed the software between its London and Sofia locations. A growing number of companies are looking for talent in Eastern Europe to boost their development, design and support teams. ActivTrades has been at the forefront of this trend, opening its office in Sofia back in 2010.
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Elaborate Design and Continuing Investments
“We started designing our new platform several years ago. We focused on speed and a very user-friendly interface. Now that we have delivered the base of the platform, we are going to introduce additional features in the coming couple of months,” elaborated Pusco.
Pusco also shared with Finance Magnates that ActivTrades is continuing to invest in the development of the firm. With the new regulatory cycle now over, the broker is planning to reinvest its profits.
“We are finalizing our 2018 accounts and from what I can see in the preliminary figures, it seems that we are not too far away from previous years. Most of our profits are going to get reinvested to continue our growth,” Pusco explained.
The launch of the web version of ActivTrader makes it available across multiple devices. ActivTrades is in the advanced stages of developing the company’s new mobile software.
ActivTrades is preparing to deploy a mobile version also for Android by the end of the first quarter of 2019. With the growing proportion of mobile trading volumes reported by multiple companies, having an adequate mobile platform is crucial to remaining competitive in the market.