It was announced to Forex Magnates today that Traders Education’s video on demand platform is now available as an app on Sirix, the App store for white label brokers by Leverate. The app was quietly introduced to the Sirix store last week, and was tried out by users.
Traders Education was only launched earlier this year, and its products will now be offered to Leverate’s brokers on its Sirix app store with the option for customized and branded versions that will be integrated directly on the white label brokers’ sites, and it is also being integrated on Leverate’s Brokers Tools site.
The new app currently provides basic lessons in various courses offered on Traders Education’s Online Education Center, such as Forex trading, market analysis, psychology of trading and strategies. In the near future, all of Traders Education’s video library will be uploaded to the store, offering full video courses in 25 languages in both free and paid models. Furthermore, Traders Education is also producing a new series of Sirix lessons that will be added to the the app.
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Ran Cohen, CEO and Founder of Traders Education said at the announcement to Forex Magnates: “Traders Education provides today the most updated, unique and customized-to-brokers, online education center in the Fx and binary options industry.”
In addition, it was announced that Traders Education recently reached a partnership agreement with another white labeled technical analysis provider, Trading Central, adding to Traders Education’s video library.
According to the firm, integrating educational videos into a trading platform benefits not only the traders but also the brokers who receive value for their brands. The proposed benefits for brokers are:
■ Longer trader life-cycle
■ Increased trader loyalty to the broker
■ Higher demo-to-live conversion rates
■ Higher lead-to-registration conversion rates
■ Improved customer skills and knowledge
■ Reduced sales process time frames
■ Higher first deposit rates