Match-Trade Technologies, the creator of an award-winning trading platform Match-Trader, introduces new features for Brokers to its Client Office app.
The leading technology provider partners with Conv.rs, the creator of omnichannel solutions for brands to communicate with their clients.
Constantly expanding the offer to match clients’ needs, Match-Trade’s developers saw the chance to make communicating with Traders even easier and more accessible for Brokers.
New features for Brokers
Consequently, Brokers who choose to add this functionality can send messages to the Traders using Client Office. Sending messages straight from the app will go hand in hand with sending automated e-mails already available inside.
Chris Dankowski, Chief Business Development Officer at Match-Trade Technologies, commented on the cooperation:
“Effortless communication is undeniably a necessity in today’s day and age. That’s why we decided to partner with Conv.rs and thus offer the Brokers that trusted us the opportunity to communicate with Traders hassle-free”.
Enis Mehmet, Chief Commercial Officer at Conv.rs added:
“Meeting clients where they are means being available in the channels the Traders use in their daily communications with family and friends. Partnering with Match-Trade has made it easier for Brokers to have a seamless and compliant communication experience with Traders”.
The Client Office app is a part of the trading technology Match-Trade offers to its clients. As a result, the messaging solution from Conv.rs enriches the extensive package of functionalities already available in the company’s Broker Solutions Hub.
Conv.rs offers a messaging solution that allows brands to engage with their clients as efficiently as possible. It has offices in the US and UK, with a growing team in Asia.
Presently, the omnichannel solution integrates web chat, WhatsApp, Telegram, Facebook Messenger, and LINE. What is equally important, all of this can be accessed in one GDPR-compliant dashboard.
Clients that continuously trust Conv.rs range from the Forex and CFD industries to neo banking and online gaming.