TRADOLOGIC reports 45 new white labels in Q1, builds gaming relationships

TRADOLOGIC, a leading binary options software provider, has earlier today published key metrics from its last quarter analysis report, highlighting an increased interest in the company’s products by its white label partners.

According to the report, TRADOLOGIC signed up 45 new white labels in the first quarter of 2015. What is noteworthy is that 50% of these new brands are already working and the remainder of the projects are set to launch in the coming weeks, the company said.

In its announcement, TRADOLOGIC notes that the higher number of partners reflects the confidence in the quality of its products and services.

The company also reiterates the growing role of the Asian markets for the rise in its partnerships, particularly after the opening of a new office in Hong Kong. TRADOLOGIC has signed strategic agreements with 15 major operators from the Asian gaming industry and has developed the technology to support it.

For that matter, we have to mention that a good part of TRADOLOGIC’s strategy has been to migrate its solution over to existing gaming platforms. Examples in this regard are recent agreements with Boylesports, SBOBET and Iconic Corp.

Currently, TRADOLOGIC operates in 6 continents: Europe, Australia, South America, North America, Africa and Asia. The company offers the biggest IT capacity, a growing R&D department and a 24/7 technical support. Having that in mind, TRADOLOGIC’s future ambitions are focused on further global expansion and clients’ retention.

Commenting on the robust growth of active brands, TRADOLOGIC’s Chief Business Development Officer Gil Erez, said: “We create products that are perfectly designed, 100 % reliable and stable. What differs TRADOLOGIC from its competitors is its speed, persistence and strong ambition. Our IT capacity allows us to upscale immensely, and this is why a lot of our competitor’s clients move to our platform every month. We are able to handle the flow of new clients with no problem at all.”

The press release by TRADOLOGIC can be viewed by clicking here.

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