Forex platform provider Leverate has announced the release of its newest features including several updates to its platforms and systems, focusing mainly on mobile traders.
As part of Leverate’s commitment to improving brokerages’ acquisition, conversion and retention rates through improved funnels and better communication with traders, the tech provider is implementing the use of deep links in SMS and push notifications on mobile devices.
The feature, being released as a beta test with a controlled sample of brokers, provides the ability to send traders messages that encourage them to deposit and/or trade a certain pair and direct them straight to the deposit and/or buy/sell screen within the app. If beta testing is successful, Leverate expects to make it available to all its brokers by the next release.
The second feature that will be made available on mobile is the ability for traders to join the social trading community from their smartphones. Prior to this update, traders needed to open their social trading accounts from the web platform and only then, could they enjoy the benefits of social trading. With this new release, traders can conduct their social trading from beginning to end from their mobile devices.
Another area in which Leverate has been making huge strides is the area of regulation and compliance. As part of the firm’s efforts to fully comply with EU regulation, it has implemented the ability to set Stop Loss levels for all automatic trades.
Nir Shem-Tov, COO at Leverate, said of the changes and upgrades:
We have worked very hard this year and this release truly paves the road for some of our biggest improvements yet. Our teams have been focused on setting up our systems and testing new models so we can continue to innovate and help brokers achieve better acquisition, conversion and retention rates.
Leverate is a leading technology innovator which has developed the LXSuite and LXLite turn-key complete packages of private label brokerage solutions. Leverate also offers its powerful Sirix HTML5 platform as a fully brandable product.