LONDON, February 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
Online broker FxPro has partnered with Solace Systems to boost the capacity and performance of its messaging infrastructure, in what is the latest strategic step for meeting the demands of its growing client base.
More specifically, FxPro has invested in the Solace Message Router Appliances and Solace Virtual Message Routers to power internal and customer-facing interfaces over wide area networks and via web and mobile devices. With its robust features and unified API and administration framework, Solace is in position to offer FxPro the tools required for supporting its daily operations and strengthening customer satisfaction.
FxPro CIO, Panayiotis Annivas, commented:
"Our business is growing rapidly and it is necessary that we continue to offer a world-class trading experience and customer service as we expand our offering to cover more asset classes and geographies. Solace gives us a rock-solid foundation on which we know we can build and grow our business to meet customer demand."
Solace Systems CEO, Craig Betts, commented:
"It takes an innovative approach and world-class infrastructure to satisfy the trading needs of forex customers in over 150 countries, and FxPro has both. We're proud that they've selected our technology as the framework that ties together their many applications, locations and customer interfaces."
Notes to Media
FxPro is an award-winning online broker, serving retail and institutional clients in more than 150 countries. FxPro provides access to competitive pricing and deep liquidity with no-dealing-desk intervention via its advanced trading platforms, superior execution technologies and algorithmic tools.
FxPro Group Limited is the holding company of FxPro UK Limited and FxPro Financial Services Limited.
FxPro UK Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (registration no. 509956). FxPro Financial Services Limited is authorised and regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (licence no. 078/07) and by the Financial Services Board (authorisation no. 45052).
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